David Dodd 2:33 a.m., May 19
Maizbaan’s Pakistani cuisine is so good, Ed returns days later for another meal.
Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate offers Ed Bedford plate sizes ranging from “Communist” to “Imperialist.”
Cruising down Garnet, heading for the #30 bus at Mission and Felspar, when I find myself crossing Bayard. It’s closed off to traffic. Huh. Oh, yeah, it’s Tuesday. Must be the farmers’ market. Lots of ...
Ed raids a farmhouse (from Point Loma) in the valley (Sorrento).
Grazing’s good next to Kearny Mesa’s airfield.
Ed meets Sixth Avenue Bistro’s humble gumbo man.
Whew. Just hiked up West Washington from the Washington Street trolley. Quite a climb. Crazy traffic. No sidewalk. Then I spot this beautiful li’l French bistro. I know I shouldn’t go in. Too sophisticated, too ...
Ed finds the Red Rooster, a Louisiana-style eatery tucked away in Lincoln Park.