Go ahead and click – it gets big.
This ad has stood the test of time, certainly.
No sugar disclaimer yet, that I can see…
“Join Eat Drink SF and Super Duper Burgers for an outstanding guest chef series leading up to festival weekend. Monday through Friday August 17 – 21, a different, uniquely-designed Bay Area chef’s burger will be available at the Kearny Street Super Duper Burgers. A portion of the proceeds will go to the chef’s charity of choice. On the day the chef’s burger appears on the menu, the chef will be at Super Duper Burgers for one hour from 2 – 3pm, and during that hour, 100% of the sales will go to the chef’s charity of choice.
We have an amazing line-up of participating chefs:
Monday, August 17 – Thomas McNaughton, Ne Timeas Restaurants (Aaxte, Central Kitchen, flour + water, Cafe Du Nord…)
Tuesday, August 18 – David Bazirgan, Dirty Habit
Wednesday, August 19 – James Syhabout, Hawker Fare & Commis
Thursday, August 20 – Brandon Jew, Mister Jiu’s (forthcoming fall 2015)
Friday, August 21 – Michael Mina, Micheal Mina Restaurants (Michael Mina, Bourbon Steak, PABU, The Ramen Bar…)
Here is your lodestar – it’s Nux:
For starters, you’re going to need some Wilton Silver Color Mist for just $6.62.
And then, as noted by Neil Cromby, simply click on the FREQUENTLY BOUGHT TOGETHER link to find…
Get your friend to come as your bloodbag, and you’ve got yourself a memorable holiday.
Buy now, as prices will surely skyrocket just afore All Hallows Eve. Oh what a day it will be – what a lovely day!
May you party eternal, shiny and chrome…
I’m talking exactly.
Of course the nearby Inner Sunset district used to have the World’s Smallest Burger King (just a skosh under the then all-important 1000 square foot threshold), but it, just as with Cole Valley’s Bacon Bacon, had issues with neighbors complaining about the smell.
So head on up to the wavy wavy roof for a sniff. And while you’re there, check out Color of Life. It’s excellent.
Kale’s had its run, so it now it only gets second-billing when it shares the spotlight with up-and-coming Quinoa:
I remember the days when it was Kale & Quinoa.
Next step will be “Quinoa with Kale.” And after that, no Kale at all.
Who knows, maybe they‘ve soft opened already by this late date? IDK.
Here’s all I know about this “Mexican” “Restaurant”
Chipotle Mexican Grill
2675 Geary Blvd San Francisco, CA 94118
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Anyway, here’s what it looked like a week ago, complete with acres of free parking right out front:
Speaking of which, man this place is going to be hard to get to – nobody would purposefully design the streets around City Centre Mall the way they are these days. First came Sears and then came the rise of the millionaire NIMBY neighbors (yes even here, in this bleak place) and then you mix in five decades of random happenstance, and then you’ll end up with a rat-maze of one-way streets and left-turn onlys.
Here’s the map:
If you’re at Geary and Mason, simply enter Target, take the escalator upstairs, exit Target and then take the Great Chipotle Tunnel past the Panera Bread and boom, there you go.
Bon Courage, I guess.
The news of the day, for those in the 94124 and 94134:
SUPERVISOR MALIA COHEN AND INSTACART PARTNER TO EXPAND GROCERY DELIVERY TO SAN FRANCISCO FOOD DESERTS
Grocery delivery now available in Bayview Hunters Point and Visitacion Valley Neighborhoods
San Francisco, CA – Supervisor Malia Cohen and Instacart today announced a new partnership that will expand grocery delivery services to the Bayview Hunters Point and Visitacion Valley neighborhoods.
Under this new expansion, residents in the 94124 and 94134 zip codes will now have access to delivery services from all of Instacart’s existing partners including Safeway, Whole Foods Market, Smart and Final and Costco. Bayview Hunters Point and Visitacion Valley have long been considered food deserts by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with residents having to travel at least a mile to access a grocery store where fresh and healthy food is available.
“This is a matter of social justice,” said Supervisor Malia Cohen. “Everyone – no matter what neighborhood or part of the City they live in – should have the ability to access healthy and fresh foods. We need to be creative about the ways we provide this access. This new expansion is a critical part of my ongoing efforts and initiatives to increase healthy food access to the southeast neighborhoods.”
“We’re thrilled to be able to expand our presence to San Francisco food deserts and meet the strong appeals for Instacart from the community,” said Heather Wake, Instacart’s San Francisco General Manager. “We look forward to serving the people of Hunters Point and Visitacion Valley and giving them access to quality groceries on-demand.”
“The Southeast Food Access Coalition has been working to increase access to healthy food for Bayview residents since 2007 and is pleased that all SF residents will now be able to access fresh produce through Instagram. This supports our efforts, and we look forward to further expand healthy food access,” said Jacob Moody, co-chair of the Southeast Food Access Coalition.