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  • Boxing Room DETAILS
    • Boxing Room
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    • San Francisco, California
      Justin Simoneaux’s cooking is influenced by the Cajun and Creole dishes of New Orleans and coastal Louisiana. He plans to couple traditional techniques and recipes with seasonal Northern California ingredients, for the fare he will offer at Boxing Room as Executive Chef... more» 
  • Dobbs Ferry Restaurant DETAILS
    • Dobbs Ferry Restaurant
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    • San Francisco, California
      Dobbs Ferry is an ambassador of West coast food and East coast style with an "old world" feel, that is uniquely and unequivocally San Francisco. The cuisine of Dobbs Ferry is casual, rustic and approachable. We have personal relationships with our purveyors, local farmers, fish mongers and producers... more» 
  • Le Colonial DETAILS
    • Le Colonial
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    • San Francisco, California
      Le Colonial, just minutes away from popular Union Square in San Francisco’s downtown district, evokes the ambiance of French colonial Vietnam in a lush, romantic setting. The Vietnamese cuisine at Le Colonial features the freshest and highest quality ingredients possible... more» 
  • Market Street Grill DETAILS
    • Market Street Grill
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    • San Francisco, California
      The Market Street Grill serves modern fare in the classic space just inside the historic Hotel Whitcomb. Enter through the Tavern Piano Bar with it's Barbary Coast ambiance, complete with vaulted ceilings, Tiffany Glass, and rich Janesero paneling.Our straightforward cuisine focuses on using the finest farm fresh local products, .. more» 
  • Mela Tandoori Kitchen DETAILS
    • Mela Tandoori Kitchen
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    • San Francisco, California
      Welcome to Mela Tandoori Kitchen, San Francisco's Premier Restaurant specializing in Indian and Pakistani Cuisine !!! Here at 'Mela' we offer the most exquisite assortment of Indian and Pakistani dishes in the Bay Area. With an extensive menu, serving only Halal/Zabihah meats, brilliantly designed decor... more» 
  • PLAJ DETAILS
    • PLAJ
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    • San Francisco, California
      Introducing PLÄJ, a new innovative concept from Swedish born Owner/Chef Roberth Sundell where California fare and Scandinavian flavors become one. PLÄJ is a celebration of local and seasonal ingredients inspired by the rustic flavors and simple elegance of Scandinavian cusine. .. more» 
  • Whitechapel DETAILS
    • Whitechapel
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    • San Francisco, California
      Whitechapel is the vision of bartender Alex Smith (Novela, Gitane, Gather, Honor Bar, SF Chronicle Bar Star 2011) and Smuggler’s Cove owner Martin Cate (World’s 50 best bars 2011-12-13-14 [Drinks International], 50 Greatest Bars on Earth (The Times of London), Best Bars in America 2013 [Esquire Magazine], and Best Cocktails in San Francisco 2014 [SF Weekly Readers’ Poll])... more» 
  • YamaSho DETAILS
    • YamaSho
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    • San Francisco, California
      In the heart of San Francisco is a true authentic Japanese experience. In a city where so many Japanese restaurants offer the usual sushi and tempura standards, YamaSho brings you a true experience of not just authentic Japanese cuisine, but also Japanese culture... more» 
  • Zuni Cafe DETAILS
    • Zuni Cafe
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    • San Francisco, California
      Billy West opened Zuni Café in 1979, with a huge heart and exactly ten thousand dollars. In the early years, the restaurant consisted of a narrow storefront with a creaky mezzanine, roughly one quarter of its current size. To capitalize on the neighboring and highly visible corner cactus shop, (where Billy had been a partner, until it became clear cactus sales wouldn't support three partners), he hand-plastered the walls and banquettes of his new space to give it a southwestern adobe-look... more» 
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