Next trip: The Crispy Duck Sandwich It would take a dog’s life span to experience everything that Clement Street in the Inner Richmond has to offer, culinary and otherwise. That’s why being in the restaurant business and/or having friends in said business helps immeasurably. Recently, a work friend recommended Café
There are few brave enough to venture out into the Richmond district, even if it’s the Inner Richmond which is like four blocks from Upper Haight. If you’ve lived here long enough, you can hear the gasps of neighborhood-elitists when you say, “I live out in the Richmond/Sunset.” I honestly
You know a place is worth visiting after Anthony Bourdain and Chris Cosentino gave it a thumbs up on the show “The Layover”. To Hyang on Geary and 2nd Ave. in the Inner Richmond is no exception. After seeing a short video Bourdain made about the place, I decided to try it out with
This time last week, I went to Frankenart Mart for the first time and (just as importantly) my first free hot dog in our fair city. Sausages abound in San Francisco, if you know where to look, but the good old-fashioned flaccid, terracotta-hued wieners? A little harder to come across.
The Richmond gets a bad rap. Actually, it gets no rap, really. Despite the fact that the RD is home to tasties (Shanghai Dumpling King? Eh?), the biggest festivals (Hardly Strictly? Eh?), Robin Williams (kind of – he lives in Seacliff), extra strong coffee to combat all the fog, and
The other morning I was in the Inner Richmond and stopped in for some delicious Chinese pastries at Good Luck Dim Sumon Clement. The smell of these baked, steamed and fried little dumplings was out of control. There was a super long line of locals patiently waiting for their breakfast
People come to Ireland’s 32 to get drunk. Period. I’m not talking a little stumble and a brick-scraped elbow on the way home drunk. I’m talking blackout, after hours bacon-wrapped hot dog stained shirt, pass out on top of your bed fully clothed, worst hangover headache in a while drunk.