Or so they say
And I’m not sure if those taters come from a farmers market neither…
Or so they say
And I’m not sure if those taters come from a farmers market neither…
This is how they roll down Hayward(?) way:
And here’s a review:
As Tolstoy said in Quotable Notables, “Give me learning, sir, and you may keep your black bread”
All the deets:
“A.1.® HALLOWEEN WHOPPER®SANDWICH – Deliciously Dark
“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 it is:
Here’s the answer:
In-N-Out Burger, Jefferson Street, Fishermans Wharf
(I saw the landmark part first and then looked up to see the sign.)
I’ll tell you, the In-N-Out is in no way a San Francisco Landmark.
(I wonder who signed off on this one?)
Google 2845 Leavenworth to get a Street View.
I guess In-N-Out wanted a big-ass sign and the “urbanists” didn’t want anything to mar the “character” of the Fish Wharf so it had to go half way up the block towards Beach?
I guess this is the SFPD’s version of a Community Service Officer program?
But the pay starts off at $15.99 per hour?
The thing is that the In-&-Out Burger pays more. And didn’t we just vote in a higher minimum wage?
Can you imagine living in the Bay Area with a part-time job what pays $1300-something per month before taxes? Well, if you’re a rich kid living at home, I could see how you could swing that. Or if you had financial aid as a college student. Otherwise, IDK.
Read ’em and weep:
“SFPD Hiring Part-Time Cadets.
·Perform clerical duties such as ordering, receiving and distributing supplies, processing mail, preparing
reports, indexing and filing criminal records and correspondences
·May direct and control traffic
·Monitor walk-through metal detectors and video surveillance equipment in building security assignments
·Search handbags, briefcases, backpacks and other containers
·Provide directions and other information to persons entering public buildings
·Provide first aid and CPR in case of life threatening emergencies
·Performs traffic and pedestrian control as directed;
·Participates in crime prevention activities such as neighborhood watch meetings, school and community group
presentations, and Police Department building tours;
·Maintains records and retrieves information;
·Attends weekend and/or evening training sessions;
·Performs other related duties and responsibilities not requiring Peace Officer powers
Cadet Rotations and Training Assignments:
·Public Safety Building
·Field Operations Bureau
·Other Duties and Assignments as needed
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
·Learn the organization and functions of a Police Department
·Techniques for courteously dealing with the public in a tactful, but firm, manner
·Communicate orally with people of diverse education, social and ethnic backgrounds
·Learn, understand and apply applicable police department rules, regulations, instructions, laws, ordinances,
policies, practices and methods
·Work courteously with the general public on the telephone and in person
·Understand and carry out oral and written directions
·Walk and/or stand for log periods of time
·Understand and follow oral and written instructions
·Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
$15.99 – $19.38/hour; $2,771.00 – $3,358.00/month; $33,254.00 – $40,300.00/year
To apply –> http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp…
Yelp is polarized:
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Ah yes, The Bold Italic:
“The Bold Italic shares unique stories and events in San Francisco. We’ll show you ways to get out and be a better local.”
If you want, see how well Gannett Co Inc’s effort to make money out of San Franciscans, mostly tourists and newcomers, here at the Gannett Blog.
Anyway, here’s the latest, a city-based best burger listicle – see any problems here?
I’ll wait in los angeles
I’ll wait in the pouring sun
For not anyone
Haighteration has the story this AM about how the San Francisco restaurant community is coming together to help one of its own, someone who is still reeling from a crime committed late last year:
“In late November, a beloved member of the Ragazza staff, and broader San Francisco restaurant community, was the victim of a terrible crime. To help this individual get back on their feet, Ragazza, along with several other establishments, are hosting a fundraiser. All proceeds will benefit the crime victim. Funds will be raised through several sources.”
And check out all the local businesspeople who are contributing, below.
“1. On Monday, January 24, Ragazza will donate 100% of sales proceeds to this cause. For this evening, Ragazza will hold an intimate benefit dinner, with a special menu designed by Chef Sharon Ardiana. The meal will be served family style, with antipasti, salad, pizza, entree and dessert. Seatings are at 5:00 pm, 7:00 pm or 9:00 pm. The cost is $35/person, including wine, excluding gratuity and tax. As of 1/13/11, the 7pm seating is sold out. To make a reservation or to be put on the 7pm waiting list, please email Laurie at email@example.com.
2. A variety of items will be auctioned off on eBay, between Friday, January 21st and Monday, January 31st. Auction items include special meals at notable San Francisco restaurants, cooking lessons, private meals prepared by Bay Area chefs, art, photography, wine and other items. To see all items up for auction or to bid on an item, please visit this link.
3. You may send a cash donation to benefit the victims of this crime. To do so, please send a check made out to our fiscal sponsor, La Cocina, Inc. Please write Ragazza Fundraiser in the memo line so that your contribution goes directly to our cause. Donations may also be made on the evening of January 24 at the restaurant. For your donation to be tax deductible, it will need to be made via check payable to La Cocina, Inc. Donations may be sent to:
2948 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94110-4028
Note that all auction items and donations made via check to La Cocina, Inc. are tax deductible over the fair market value of the item (in the case of auction items). La Cocina is a registered 501c3 organization.
Full details coming soon, along with links to the eBay bid pages once the auction is live (anticipated to be on Friday, January 21). Here’s a preview of some of the items we will have available for bid…..
Dinner for 8 in your home, cooked by Frances Chef/Owner Melissa Perello.
Italian cooking lesson, wine tasting and dinner for 4 prepared in your home by Chef/Owner of Ragazza, Sharon Ardiana and Suzanne Drexhage
Dinner for 2, with wine pairings, at your choice of either A16 or SPQR
Wine dinner for 4 at Andalu
Dinner for 2 at Bar Tartine
Chef’s Dinner for 2 at Cafe des Amis, with wine pairings
Customized meal for 2 at Delfina, menu designed by Chef/Owner Craig Stoll
Customized meal for 2 at Flour + Water, menu by Chef/Owner Tom McNaughton, with wine pairing
Wine dinner for 4 at Garibaldi’s
Dinner for 2 at Gialina..and you can go to the head of the line!
Dinner for 4 at Nopa, seated with Chef/Co-Owner Laurence Jossel and Wine Director Chris Deegan
Dinner for 4 at the Chef’s Table of Rotisserie & Wine – meet Tyler Florence and Chef Jeremy Fox
Customized cake by Elizabeth Falkner of Citizen Cake, sized to serve 40 people!
2 dozen cupcakes from Kara’s Cupcakes, delivered by cupcake maven and owner, Kara Lind
Marlowe‘s famous Marlowe burger, delivered to your office w/all the fixin’s…for 8 people
Carnitas dinner for 4, delivered to your door by Nopalito.
Sundae making party for 24 by Bi Rite Creamery
Cocktail making class for 15, along with signed copies of Art of the Bar at Comstock Saloon
Coffee tour/tasting for 6 at Equator Coffees & Teas– the coffee of Ragazza & The French Laundry
Cooking clases at La Cocina
Poker party for 5 at Le Club….burgers, bourbon or champs, your own dealer & private table
Pizza Politana pizza party for 15 at your home
High end tequila tasting for 4 at Tres Agaves
Margarita party for 20 at your home by Tortilla Heights
A case of mixed Italian red wines, selected by Chamber and Chambers Wine Merchants
Gift certificates to Boulevard, 18 Reasons, Bi Rite Market, Ominvore Books, Absinthe, Lori Anderson Skincare, Pal’s Takeaway Sandwiches, Incanto and more!
A day of custom photography, with Katie Newburn, photographer
2 custom art pieces by artist Michelle White
50 custom cards/envelopes, designed and printed by Olive-Route letter press.
Custom canvas printing of your favorite photo by photographer, Nick Vasilopoulos
2 hours of custom tattoo work with the amazing Shannon Archuleta
And still more to come……