Bet you can’t name them all!
But remember, Meat Is Murder
I Don’t Eat My Friends is what I’m saying…
And, for equal time, here’s what SFO has, which is nothing so far.
“For Immediate Release: December 12, 2014 – Contact: Laurel Fish, UNITE HERE Local 2
The Storm Continues: SFO Restaurant Strike Enters its Second Day
Dozens of Airport Eateries Partially or Completely Closed
Passengers Alerted to Bring their Own Food
Union Files Charges with Federal Government Against Illegal Behavior
(Burlingame, CA)—The strike by nearly 1,000 restaurant workers at San Francisco International Airport entered its second and final day today, with most concession outlets experiencing partial or total shutdown.
After working without a contract for more than a year—in a region suffering from some of the worst economic inequality in the country—restaurant workers launched a two-day strike yesterday to win an agreement protecting job security and health coverage.
“These restaurant companies have forgotten that my coworkers and I are the ones who make them so successful” said Molly Gomez, a server who works at Gordon Biersch, which is operated by HMS Host. “We walked off the job to remind them of that, and to draw our customers’ attention to the fact that we deserve better.”
UNITE HERE Local 2, the hotel and restaurant workers union, issued a traveler’s advisory, urging anyone flying from SFO to bring their own food to the airport. With scores of outlets shuttered, food and beverage options for travelers are very limited.
Meanwhile, Local 2 announced that it is filing charges with the federal government against the SFO restaurant group – known as the Airport Restaurant Employers Council – for illegal coercive behavior against employees.
Media availability is located at Terminal 3 on the Departures Level of SFO.
UNITE HERE Local 2 is the hotel and restaurant workers union of San Francisco and San Mateo Counties. It represents over 12,000 workers in the region’s hospitality industries. Visit www.unitehere2.org for more information.
And here’s the list of eateries:
Buena Vista Café
Cat Cora Cocktail Lounge
Guava & Java
Lark Creek Grill
Legends of San Francisco
Mission Bar and Grill
Napa Farms Market
Peet’s Coffee & Tea
San Francisco Soup Co.
Soup & Salad Works
Plant Café / Pinkberry
Willow Creek Grille
Willow Street Pizza
The owner of the car pictured below decided not to pay his parking tickets. So, this car sat around collecting tickets until AutoReturn or something similar came along to tow it away, with extreme prejudice.
(Right? Like why pay the SFMTA more than $1000 for a car that’s worth less than $1000…)
But before this car was abandoned forever, its owner made sure to let the SFMTA know what he thought about the situation. To wit:
“EAT MY SHIT, YOU SHIT-EATING PIECES OF SHIT.”
Oh, that’s not nice!
Now, let’s check the stinger on the arm:
“GO SUCK A FAT DICK, YOU BITCH-ASS FAGS.”
See? “Moving Forward Together” with the SFMTA:
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Too bad Angle Grinder Man doesn’t reside in the 415…
In closing, Don’t Mess With Texas.
This coyote was a mere pup last year. Now it’s a yearling in the “wilds” of Golden Gate Park:
Well, if a seagull can gulp down an entire squirrel (don’t click, I’m srsly.), then I suppose a half-bagel, or actually, half a half bagel should pose little problem, but this critter just couldn’t figure it out.
This bird seem baffled:
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Poor Western Gull…
“This poster was made just three weeks ago by a Woodside, California resident who’s dog died recently from eating poisonous mushrooms on their front lawn: http://www.boxerworld.com/forums/dog-health-issues-questions/153219-mushroom-warning.html
The URL in the poster refers to the North American Mycological Society which produces their own warning posters: http://www.namyco.org/toxicology/index.html“
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Let’s be careful out there.
I can’t tell you anything more than what’s in this amazingly detailed report from Andrew Dudley other than oven temperature for the pies – it’s a surprisingly low 575 degrees. (I must have been on the same tour the same day.)
And it’s five-star rated already, even before opening…
Bon Courage, Ragazza!
SUN-THURS 5 – 10 PM
FRI-SAT 5 – 10:30PM
311 DIVISADERO STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94117