Local: Mission Eatery

Written by jesse on September 28, 2010

Local: Mission Eatery is a great new restaurant in San Francisco’s Mission District. They’re a casual eatery by day and modern American bistro, bakery, food lab and cookbook library by night. Aiming to be more than just a restaurant—they want to be a space for the community to gather and get involved in a truly local culinary experience. The space is beautifully designed—an exposed kitchen looks out onto a dining room replete with reclaimed wood surfaces and local

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Summer 2010 | Sebastopol Berry Farm

Written by jesse on September 28, 2010

One morning in mid-July, we left the cool fog of San Francisco behind and drove into the “real” summer that lies north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Nestled deep in wine country is Sebastopol Berry Farm.  The multi-generational Vigil family grows a variety of blackberries and blueberries on a small eleven-acre plot.  Our hosts graciously showed us around the farm and encouraged us to eat berries fresh from the bushes. Always grown sustainably, the berries are never  sprayed

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