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- CookWithJames asked a questionMon 18 Jul 2011 04:10:27 GMTDeep-fried alligator, crispy boudin balls, gumbo, crawfish, fried okra, etc. At least 2 places have opened recently with traditional Louisiana dishes. Boxing Room in Hayes Valley and the restaurant inside the former Bagdad Cafe.
My question to all of you is do you think these places will last in SF? Can we as San Franciscans embrace this cuisine and go back over and over and sustain these new restaurants?
- CookWithJames asked a questionMon 18 Jul 2011 04:04:10 GMTPlease only answer if you are serious about the place and your coffee. I want to know about places that are preparing coffee really well just like Ritual Roasters and Four Barrel in the Mission.
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- CookWithJames answered “What is the best thing you've eaten this past week? (Week of 4/11/11)”Tue 26 Apr 2011 22:48:53 GMT
It's located on a quiet section of Sacramento street and is never too crazy busy. And the coffee is way better than the Starbucks or Peets 2 blocks away in Laurel Village.
Dolce e Salato is a phenomenal neighborhood find.
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- CookWithJames voted for the following inWed 02 Mar 2011 05:55:55 GMT
Bi-Rite is much more than an organic market. They also offer an amazing variety of top quality prepared foods. Bi-Rite specializes in sourcing organic products from local farms and purveyors. Their staff are incredibly knowledeable and passionate about the products they carry.
My recommendations are the seasonal risotto, any of the sandwiches, the chicken salad and the fruit tarts.
- CookWithJames voted for the following inSun 27 Feb 2011 23:03:36 GMT
I go there about once a week for lunch and love ordering the Totopos (not your every day version of nachos) and the Caldo Tlalpeño (a light chicken soup with avocado, vegetables, cotija cheese and served with warm corn tortillas.
Also their Bloody Maria is the best I've had anywhere! It's made with tequila instead of vodka and Nopalito's own home-made tomato juice/spice blend.