Food and Drink

Waffling

TABLEHOPPING: Three spots to visit before they self-destruct, $12 din-din, and a Mission café where you'll waffle on what to get.

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Playing chicken

TABLEHOPPING: Good starts at Café Terminus, stellar caffeine on Polk, and juicy chicken all up in your grill.

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Triple play

TABLEHOPPING: Three new restaurant openings light up the fall. Plus: where to score green bean casserole (you know you want it) and char siu pork spring rolls.

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A toast

TABLEHOPPING: A standing ovation for Tosca's renovation, beer and terrines at Taps, stuffed Japanese sandwiches at Pan Grill.

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Wingin' It

TABLEHOPPING Pastrami waffles, Exile on Main Street, and some darn good chicken flippers

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Hot and corny

New openings for two classic SF standbys, ravioli to die for, and a bad-ass brunch-o-rama.

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Pop the lid

TABLEHOPPING Oakland eats and ramen burgers (uh huh). And hey, it's time for an oyster partay.

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Ham and cheese, please

TABLEHOPPING: Venetian seafood in the Castro, a boatful of brunch burgers, and all-you-can-eat jambalaya.

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Hop to it

Tablehopping: Release the sandwiches! And salads! And whoa, an all-you-can-eat Mexican breakfast.

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Can't-miss treats at the upcoming SF Street Food Fest

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The smells of deliciousness were overwhelming. Where do we start?!

As Sam Love and I wandered around the La Cocina media preview for August 17's San Francisco Street Food Festival, everywhere we looked there were delightful taste treats, colorful, fresh and also deep fried. I'll take four of each, thank you.

We made the rounds, chatting with fantastic chefs who are living their dreams, whipping up flavors from around the world. We tried everything and, while we enjoyed it all, becoming clean plate champions many times over, there were three highlights that made our short list. If you don't have the stomach to make it to all the vendors at the Street Food Festival, we'd recommend trying these first:

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