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SF Dogpatch & Bayview places to eat

hhc Jan 23, 2011 07:46 PM

I love this SF Bay Guardian list of places to eat in Dogpatch & Bayview. I saw many new to me places last year when I did Sunday Streets - this year it'll be Sunday 6/12/11. CHers - any recent reports?

These places are in Dogpatch & Bayview areas:
Old Clamhouse - 299 Bayshore, SF - fried clams, seafood
J&V Cafe-2020 Jerrold, SF - chilaquiles, soup, rotisserie chicken
Mr & Mrs. Miscellaneous - yummy ice cream - 699 22nd St
Las Isletas - 4508 Third St - nacatamales, baliadas
Auntie April's Chicken & Waffles - 4618 Third St
Hard Knox - 2526 Third St, SF - catfish sandwich, oxtail, fried chicken
Just For You - 732 22dn St, SF - beignets, hangtown fry
Frisco Fried - 5176 Third St - burger dogs
Piccino - 801 22nd St - pizza, antipasti
Junior Barbecue - Napoleon & Evans - Brazilian burgers

SF Bay Guardian article here:
http://www.sfbg.com/2011/01/18/live-l...

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Hard Knox Cafe
2526 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Just For You
732 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Piccino Restaurant & Coffee Bar
1001 Minnesota St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Las Isletas
4508 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94124

Frisco Fried
5176 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94124

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  1. bbulkow RE: hhc Jan 23, 2011 08:18 PM

    Dogpatch -----
    Poquito - just opened, I thought I saw a thread
    Serpentine - slow club but better
    Kitchenette http://www.kitchenettesf.com/
    Moshi Moshi - I think rather underrated, but better for Anything Fried than sushi

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    Moshi Moshi Restaurant
    2120 Cowell Blvd Ste 143, Davis, CA 95618

    Poquito
    2368 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

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    1. re: bbulkow
      Robert Lauriston RE: bbulkow Jan 24, 2011 07:12 AM

      My report on Poquito:

      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/741193

      The Old Clam House is aptly named. Also, it's a long way from Third St. I don't know what it's doing on that list.

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      Old Clam House
      299 Bay Shore Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94124

      Poquito
      2368 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

      1. re: Robert Lauriston
        Atomica RE: Robert Lauriston Jan 29, 2011 06:07 AM

        The article is partly about the Bayview, and Old Clam House is in the Bayview. Same with very-close-by J&V on Jerrold.

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        Old Clam House
        299 Bay Shore Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94124

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        Joan Kureczka RE: bbulkow Jan 24, 2011 09:24 AM

        Re Moshi moshi -- also the grilled stuff is good. The sashimi is decent quality too but I agree totally re sushi because their sushi rice isn't all that good.

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          Joan Kureczka RE: Joan Kureczka Dec 16, 2011 09:40 PM

          Actually, I now provisionally take that back. Ordered sushi here tonight for the first time in ages. Rice was very good. Must be someone else now making it. If it is equally good next time I will totally revise my opinion/recommendations.

      3. BernalKC RE: hhc Jan 24, 2011 07:07 AM

        Thumbs up for Piccino. We never go beyond pizza + salad there - because its that good. Love the casual, friendly atmosphere and service too.

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        Piccino Restaurant & Coffee Bar
        1001 Minnesota St, San Francisco, CA 94107

        1. Civil Bear RE: hhc Jan 24, 2011 08:05 AM

          Very good waffles at Auntie April's Chicken & Waffles. The chicken? Not bad, but there is better (like at Hard Knox).

          Junior BBQ sounds interesting...

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          Hard Knox Cafe
          2526 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

          1. Windy RE: hhc Jan 24, 2011 09:44 AM

            New Spot should be on this list. The pupusas are amazing. They close on the early side (6:30 or 7).

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            The New Spot
            632 20th St, San Francisco, CA 94107

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            1. re: Windy
              felice RE: Windy Dec 24, 2011 08:19 AM

              Their pupusas are yummy, but I recently started to try some their other offerings since their menu is so broad. Their panuchos are excellent, larger than the ones in Mexico, but also more flavorful. They do not use achiote rub on the chicken, but it is otherwise an authentic rendition. They are my favorite version, better than the version at Mi Lindo Yucatan IMHO.

              Also, they serve breakfast all day, and their chilaquiles are great. Two eggs over saucy tortilla chips with cheese and salsa and crema. Refried beans are good too.

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                Windy RE: felice Dec 24, 2011 12:06 PM

                I'll have to branch out. Hard not to order pupusas there though.

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              stomsf RE: hhc Jan 24, 2011 12:47 PM

              Second the addition of the New Spot to the list. Also would include the divey but oh-so-addictive Mariposa Cafeteria for their roast pork.

              There's the Ramp, and Kelly's Mission Rock though I haven't been to Kelly's for a few years. I'm pretty sure they're still open. I hear there's going to be a new restaurant opening in the Esprit Square Buildings, but not sure on status there. There's also Oralia's Cafe, which also opened recently on Third Street. Also the sandwich place open only for lunch on 19th (I forget the name). That's all I can think of for now that hasn't already been covered.

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              Mariposa Cafeteria
              1599 Tennessee St, San Francisco, CA 94107

              Mission Rock Cafe
              817 Terry Francois St, San Francisco, CA 94107

              The New Spot
              632 20th St, San Francisco, CA 94107

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                vulber RE: stomsf Jan 25, 2011 12:56 PM

                the ramp is fun for its outdoor seating and views, but the food is nothing special

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                  ML8000 RE: stomsf Jan 25, 2011 01:17 PM

                  Glad someone mentioned Mariposa. Also I believe Jelly's closed down...use to have a decent brunch.

                2. Candice RE: hhc Jan 25, 2011 07:52 AM

                  Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous for dessert.

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                  Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous
                  699 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

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                    bbulkow RE: Candice Jan 25, 2011 09:21 PM

                    Closes at 6, 5 on sunday. I've managed to squeak in twice, once was a before dinner treat to Serpentine.

                  2. tvham RE: hhc Jan 25, 2011 03:16 PM

                    The Red Flannel Hash at Serpentine is one of my favorite brunch items in the city.

                    1. caryjones RE: hhc Jan 26, 2011 09:19 AM

                      Try Taqueria La Laguna located on 3rd in Bayview for some spice in your life.

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                      La Laguna
                      3906 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94124

                      1. lamoufette RE: hhc Aug 10, 2011 09:24 AM

                        Our wonderful dinner at Serpentine prompted this positive report.
                        Warm greeting from hostess, 8:30 reservation, seated immediatedly in a chic urban loft-like space, high ceilings but very warm yellow light. Everyone eating, laughing, enjoying, good energy in the room. Passed the bar (where I would feel comfortable eating alone) and were seated in the dining area, friendly busser as well. Some really great little Sonoma and Anderson Valley wine producers. Chose a Meyer Cellers Syrah (Yorkville), very small markup. Awkward clipboard menus, hard to read small font, not sexy. Lots of interesting choices for starters, padron peppers, stone fruit salad, homemade pickles, roasted corn, I had the grilled chicken livers. Main course was classics, salmon, steak, etc., done with a gentle spicing that didn't feel Asian or Indian or really out of anywhere, just vaguely yummy and well thought out. I had the roasted chicken, moist and crisp on a bed of corn, spinach and cherry tomatoes, lovely grilled fig on top. Companion had gnocci, delicately spiced cream sauce, light and firm gnocci with peas. You can get it with or without bacon. Very nice. So much care was taken to think about the eater, that for me is the measure of a good restaurant, who will eat this? what will it taste like to them? Everything was balanced.
                        The servers were friendly on a full house Saturday night, lots of generous smiles for everyone, no one kept waiting, no one rushed away. They were still seating people after 9PM. Service was correct, water glasses filled, plated cleared appropriately, and the best service line I've heard in a while. Instead of asking "is there anything I can get for you" which makes it seem like the server is doing you a favor, she asked something along the lines of "Is there anything else you might desire now" which sounded like she could just make it magically appear. Very smooth. The price was right for 2 apps, 2 entrees, bottle of wine and 2 dessert wines, a fair 120 bucks. Nice dessert wine menu (Beaumes de Venise, Walnut liquer). Great place to get a city vibe minus the city 'tude, and stress (ez parking). Will be going back with friends soon.

                        1. moto RE: hhc Dec 16, 2011 10:13 PM

                          we recently had an excellent brunch at Just for You. the eggs with green chile made with Hatch chiles took me back to Santa Fe, and consistent in that style they went perfectly with the tortillas, black beans, and cheese ; my spouse really liked her frittata w. grits (many breakfasts include both grits or home fries plus house made breads, corn bread, or scones, and her corn bread was very good as was the side of home fries w. my eggs/chile). the beignet was one of the best in my experience anywhere, including the Cafe du Mond. one average but significant item -- the coffee.

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                            stanbee RE: hhc Dec 16, 2011 10:57 PM

                            Skip the chicken fried steak at Hard Knox.

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