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Tartine Manufactory

Tartine Manufactory is the brainchild of Chad Robertson and Liz Prueitt, who originally created Tartine Bakery in the Mission. I’m sad to say it took me this long to finally go to Tartine Manufactory, as it’s been open for a few months, but with all… Read More

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Duck & Waffle

Duck & Waffle may be hands down one of the best brunches I’ve ever had. Of course, it’s on the other side of the world and incredibly busy! Perched on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, 2 floors up from the popular Sushi Samba,… Read More

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Handlebar Coffee Roasters

On a trip down to Santa Barbara for the weekend, I mapped a out a couple of cafés I could visit to get my caffeine fix – and to find a little piece of home. Handlebar Coffee Roasters, located on a side street off the downtown… Read More

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La Note

La Note is one of the most highly sought-after brunch places in Berkeley. Boasting gourmet French cuisine, La Note most often has wait times of over an hour, and a large crowd waiting outside. The food was phenomenal. La Note is mostly known for their… Read More

Skool

 What brought me and my friend to Skool, tucked into a section of the Design District of San Francisco, was the Uni Flan and our obsession with seafood. Skool offers ‘Seafood with Japanese flair,’ and offers meals all throughout the day, with Vegetarian and Gluten… Read More

Hawker Eats

With the giant Ramen boom in the Bay Area, it’s difficult to figure out which ramen shops are really worth trying. Many places threw authenticity out the window, and created Western twists of the classic Japanese comfort food. Hawker Eats in the Richmond, however, successfully kept… Read More