Ian Anderson is a Reader contributor. See staff page for published articles.
Could it be anything but chicken parmigiana?
Those are some big boring old supermarket peas. Spaghetti Carbonara at Espresso Cucina.
New storefront for a longstanding entity
The sausage counter gives these butchers a chance to show their way around a grinder ...
A counter filled with some of the county's most sustainably raised meats.
Little butcher shop in a strip mall on the Boulevard. Heart & Trotter.
Somewhere under there is some delicious braised prime beef short rib. Nine-Ten.
Flavors from Chef Knibb's birthplace. Jamaican jerk pork belly. Nine-Ten.
Uni above, uni below. Squid ink spaghettini. Nine-Ten.
Cold press juice hits South Park. Queen Beet. Sacred Juice Co.
Organic produce everywhere you look in this place.
The new storefront, still a work in progress.
Always a sociable mix of Golden Hillians.
Generously topped by bacon onion stout jam – bone marrow. Counterpoint.
Keeping it simple, and quite tasty. Cheeseburger. Counterpoint.
A sampling of tacos: Chile Verde, Mole Poblano and Adobada. Amorcito Corazon.
Help yourself to some chips and salsas.
A pretty bare bones storefront, considering what's across the street.
How will you eat them? Meatball Sub. Strozzi So-Cal Italian.
Scott Marks 9 a.m., April 25
Brandon Hernández 5 p.m., April 24
Ian Anderson 3 p.m., April 24
Walter Mencken 2:37 p.m., April 24
Matt Potter 1:30 p.m., April 24
T.E. Mattox 11 a.m., April 24
Barbara Zaragoza 10:30 a.m., April 24
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