GUIDE: San Francisco

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    Parada 22

    1805 Haight St.

    Haight

    Cuisine: Latin American

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    Find out why Patricia Unterman of the San Francisco Examiner says “Puerto Rican food just like home at Parada 22” and raves about the Cubano sandwich. READ REVIEW

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    Patxi's Chicago Pizza

    Multiple Locations:
    Campbell, Sunset

    Cuisine: Pizza

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    Serious Eats says Patxi's “makes a damn good pizza.” We agree—hearty Chicago-style pies with a multitude of toppings (pesto and prosciutto being a favorite combo). READ REVIEW

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    Picán

    2295 Broadway

    Oakland

    Cuisine: Californian, Southern

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    “Dupuis ... has developed a menu filled with comforting favorites—fried chicken, barbecued pork ribs, mac and cheese, grits and even a moon pie.”—SF Gate READ REVIEW

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    Piperade

    1015 Battery St.

    Embarcadero

    Cuisine: Spanish

    $$$

    "Whatever Gerald Hirigoyen touches may not turn to gold exactly, but it does come close to its edible equivalent."—SF Magazine READ REVIEW

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    Pisco & Destino

    1817 Market St.

    Mission

    Cuisine: Latin American, Peruvian

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    SF Gate gave “best of” status to Pisco and Destino's South American food and their cocktails. For best results, we recommend having some of each. READ REVIEW

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    Pizzetta 211

    211 23rd Ave.

    Outer Richmond

    Cuisine: Italian, Pizza

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    Find out why Sunset Magazine says “Pizzetta 211 has left people swooning since 1999―long before artisanal pizza was the trend that it is today.” READ REVIEW

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    Queen’s Louisiana Po'Boy Café

    3030 San Bruno Ave.

    Portola

    Cuisine: Southern

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    It’s all there—po’boys made on genuine Gambino’s pistolets (French rolls), freshly fried hush puppies, and yeasty beignets that will have you dusted in powdered sugar after just one bite. READ REVIEW

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    RN74

    301 Mission St.

    Financial District

    Cuisine: New American, Wine Bar

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    The penthouse on the 58th floor of San Francisco’s Millennium Tower may have the sweetest views, but it’s the first floor that’s generating all the buzz. READ REVIEW

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    Radio Africa & Kitchen

    4800 Third St.

    Bayview

    Cuisine: Californian, Ethiopian

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    SF Eater loves “the cuisine of Red Sea and Mediterranean-bordering countries Chef Aseged has become known for.” Vegetables come from the community garden Aseged founded in 2010. READ REVIEW

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    Regalito Rosticeria

    3481 18th St.

    Mission

    Cuisine: Mexican

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    The San Francisco Chronicle raves about the “regional dishes that are difficult to find in the Mission, despite all the great taquerias.” We do too. READ REVIEW


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