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2014 NowInSanFrancisco.com Favorite Neighborhood Restaurant Contest – Noe Valley

March 7th, 2014
Now In San Francisco.com; Favorite Neighborhood Restaurant Contest; Twin Redwoods Ventures, Inc.; Jim Gomes

Now In San Francisco.com is holding its Favorite Neighborhood Restaurant Contest for Noe Valley. There are two categories of participants in the contest: Noe Valley Restaurants and Individual participants. Individual participants may win a $50 gift certificate to the winning restaurant by registering and voting in the contest.  The individual winner will be selected in a raffle style drawing.  Individual participants may receive additional entries by helping spread the word about the contest.  Participants must be 18 years or older to enter. Five Noe Valley Restaurants have been selected as... Read More

Winter 2013-14 Guide to the Best Restaurants in San Francisco

January 5th, 2014

If you have been in the Bay Area for any length of time, you have probably been asked,  What is the best restaurant in San Francisco?  You (or any resident or even a one-time visitor) undoubtedly have an answer, but if you really thought about it your answer would have to be: “it depends”. It depends on what cuisine you like, how spicy you like it, how much you want to pay, if you want to get really dressed up or want a more casual atmosphere, if you want the best value or if you want the best service, just to name a few. The fact is, San Francisco has so many restaurants that trying... Read More

Is La Mar Cebicheria Peruana One of the Best Restaurants in San Francisco?

August 19th, 2013
La Mar Restaurant San Francisco Lomo Saltado

La Mar Cebicheria Peruana – A recent afternoon in the city took us to La Mar, Cebecheria Peruana at Pier 1 ½ on the Embarcadero on San Francisco’s waterfront. Cebiche – a Peruvian classic – is a highlight of the menu. The cebiche sampler platter was made up of four cebiches and the favorite at our table was the halibut. Choclo – Peruvian corn – these are the large corn kernels that you don’t see in many places but when in Peru, they are a staple at most meals. Another Peruvian classic at our table included lomo saltado  – delicious and tender beef... Read More