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San Francisco's Palette: A Playful Exploration of Food, Art & Community (and Soap-Making, Too)

Published by Keir Beadling • September 09, 2019
And now for something completely different.  Where can you enjoy a delicious meal, then literally buy the plates lying under your meal, or perhaps take a class teaching you how to make your own plates? Palette in San Francisco.
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San Francisco's Cotogna: Rustic Italian Fare, Family-Style Feast

Published by Keir Beadling • September 06, 2019
Located in San Francisco’s historic Jackson Square, Cotogna (Italian for “quince”--Cotogna’s sister restaurant) is a celebration of rustic Italian fare, offering a daily-changing menu of spit-roasted or grilled meats and fish, wood-oven pizzas and house-made pastas.
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San Francisco's Fish & Farm: Words to Live (and Eat) By

Published by Keir Beadling • September 04, 2019
The name of this high-minded restaurant sounds like an admonition; sort of like “Go West, young man,” maybe.  You can take it that way if you like, because Fish & Farm is a unique and inspiring spot that you can feel good about.  
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