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Off the grid, off the charts

Off the grid, off the charts

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

May 21, 2017


Filed under Opinion

DJ music and a subtle buzz of conversation combined with the mouthwatering aroma of cooking foods from dozens of vendors hits visitors all at once as they walk past a large, illuminated “Off the Grid” sign on Friday nights. Off the Grid, a collection of food trucks and restaurants, hosts over 40 d...

Broadway Café Celebrates Vegetarian Awareness Month

Broadway Café Celebrates Vegetarian Awareness Month

Cassie Eskicioglu and Anna Doggett

October 12, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, News

The Broadway Café added more healthy and sustainable lunch options for all lifestyles in celebration of Vegetarian Awareness month. Executive Chef Christina Perkins took initiative in starting Meatless Mondays to introduce the Sacred Heart community to vegetarian options versus mainly meat choices. ...

Food, sundries can be delivered almost anywhere

Food, sundries can be delivered almost anywhere

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

November 9, 2015


Filed under Features, News

Smartphone and mobile device food delivery apps are revolutionizing the food industry by making it unnecessary for diners to leave the house and still get a restaurant cooked meal, even from restaurants who do not have delivery services. “It’s convenient, and it doesn’t take too long,” sophomo...

Pac Heights pizzeria impresses

Pac Heights pizzeria impresses

May 27, 2014


Filed under Breaking News, Opinion, Showcase

My first thought when the Presidio Pizza Company sign was put up on the corner of Pine and Divisadero streets was, “Oh, no. Not another below average pizza-by-the-slice place that’ll overcharge students.” After a sampling of pizza, I am happy to say I was too quick to judge. The Bianca is a simp...

Sum-thing special: Hong Kong Loung II takes typical to-go dim sum and adds a level of class worth paying for

Sum-thing special: Hong Kong Loung II takes typical to-go dim sum and adds a level of class worth paying for

February 13, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Dim sum usually brings to and sesame oil, adding tang to the the chives diversifies the textures mind the image of mystery shrimp and pork filling. Be warned: of the thick, smooth casing and the meat and pulling bits of pa- Keep the dumpling on the plate equally chewy shrimp bits. per off of a steamed p...

Barn a bit of a bummer

Barn a bit of a bummer

March 28, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Alice Jones Food Columnist Our group of seven mobbed down Chestnut Street and walked into Blue Barn with expectations high and wallets at the ready — our big bucks turned into a long wait. The sign “Slow food takes time” hanging above the cashier shouldn’t be taken lightly. The sl...

Increasing need puts stress on SF Food Bank

Increasing need puts stress on SF Food Bank

October 30, 2009


Filed under News

Jovel Quierolo Managing Editor Requests for assistance from the San Francisco Food Bank are up 20 percent this year, and although it is responding with more products and produce than ever, with 192 pantries citywide and a warehouse bustling daily, food is still not being distributed fast enough in large enough quantities to meet steadily climbin...

‘White Rabbit’ may cause illness, death

February 6, 2009


Filed under Sports & Fitness

Isabelle Pinard Reporter ''The Lunar New Year is celebrated with fireworks, traditional dances, and plenty of food, but this year the most popular sweets will be banned from the United Sates because of health concerns. White Rabbit candy, which has been exported to Chinatowns around the world si...

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