Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

The Sandwich Murders

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The food world is so bloodthirsty lately! Many of my San Francisco friends are fans of Ike’s Place, a sandwich joint in the Castro. Ike’s Place is currently dealing with some neighbors attempting to shut the business down–Eater has devoted no less than eight posts on the topic. The court date is tomorrow! But the Eater coverage pales in comparison to this guy, who breathlessly blogged:

I feel like this is San Francisco’s OJ Simpson Trial.  If the food bloggers were the jurors, Ike’s would get off, bloody baguette and all.

Uh, wow.  He also says he has never even been there! However, I almost forgive him for comparing the closing of  a sandwich shop to the slaughter of two people, because he pointed us to the fantastic comments on this vegansaurus post.  The original poster is very gung ho, issuing a rallying cry for people to support Ike’s Place, but his readers are more interested in discussing karma (mean people work at Ike’s) and the fact that someone PhotoShopped Keanu Reeves into the photo above. Yeah, I don’t get it either.–Snacktime

PS Ike’s does have twenty vegan sandwiches! Impressive.

Waltz-Free Farmer’s Market

Sunday, April 4th, 2010

I’m not waltzing romantically through the farmer’s market. I don’t have time to do any of that shit.

Chef Dennis Leary (not that one;  another one, apparently), in the SF Weekly

Artisanal, Fauxtisanal–Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Link: Artisanal, Fauxtisanal–Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off

waffles I really hope they settle this with a duel.

—Snacktime