Posts tagged Restaurants
Ramen Specials Take Over Swanky Tenderloin Restaurant [Eater SF]

The Tenderloin’s upscale cocktail bar and restaurant The Saratoga is hosting a series of ramen specials, starting this Wednesday, January 23. The Saratoga’s chef Francisco Baca will keep the ramen vibes going with a new ramen special every Wednesday night through February 13.

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New Korean spot Lucky Pig debuts in the Tenderloin [Hoodline]

A new Korean spot has made its debut in the neighborhood. Located at 791 O'Farrell St. in the Tenderloin, the fresh arrival is called Lucky Pig. This newbie in the former Bang San Thai space offers an array of classic Korean fare, like tofu-kimchi dumplings, japchae noodles, and a whole rotisserie chicken stuffed with glutinous rice and herbs. Read the full article on Hoodline.

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Upon retiring, the story of the couple behind the Tenderloin’s most-loved deli [SF Chronicle]

There is no such thing as a fixed point in a city. But a salami sandwich at Turk and Larkin Deli still costs $6.25, which may be close enough. For every $300 prix fixe in this town there are 200 lunch lines like the one that forms at 11:30 in Mike and Jean Aburahma’s Tenderloin deli . . . After 39 years in business, the couple is on to their next stepping stone and have announced they will be retiring. Read the full article on the San Francisco Chronicle.

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New Tenderloin Restaurant Palace of Spices is Set to Open July 1st [Hoodline]

A new 300-seat buffet restaurant called Palace of Spices is opening in the Tenderloin on July 1st. One of the owners also owns Gorkha Kitchen at 9th Avenue and Judah Street in the Inner Sunset. According to the article, expect to find an assortment of Indo-Chinese and Asian-fusion dishes, with more than fifty items on the menu from apps to entrees. Read the full article on Hoodline.

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German President Visits St. Anthony’s Homeless Service Center in the Tenderloin

On June 20, German President-elect Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited St. Anthony's Foundation to get a better understanding of what types of responses there can be to urban homelessness. President Steinmeier was accompanied by his wife, Elke Büdenbender, and a delegation of high-ranking German officials and other cultural dignitaries.

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