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Will Kamensky

San Francisco Staff Writer

While at Tulane University in New Orleans, Will spent his spare time learning what makes a restaurant good (or bad) by eating a lot, training in kitchens, and running a questionably legal pop-up out of his house. He then moved to San Francisco to work in blockchain technology, but after multiple instances of getting kicked out of bars for giving unsolicited restaurant advice, he decided to make a career change and became our SF staff writer.

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Che Fico Alimentari

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Che Fico Alimentari

Che Fico Alimentari in Nopa is a lot smaller and darker than its older sibling restaurant upstairs, but the Italian food is just as good.

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Tsubasa Sushi

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Tsubasa Sushi

Tsubasa Sushi in Hayes Valley is a small Japanese place with great sushi, perfect for a low-key date night.

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Where To Eat In Hayes Valley

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Where To Eat In Hayes Valley

Our 24 favorite places in the neighborhood.

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Gioia Pizzeria

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Gioia Pizzeria

Gioia Pizzeria is a good spot in Hayes Valley to grab a quick slice of pizza to go.

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Beit Rima

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Beit Rima

Beit Rima in the Mission makes Middle Eastern food that’s as delicious as it is affordable.

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Where To Go When You’re In The Mood For A Martini

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Where To Go When You’re In The Mood For...

14 bars and restaurants for when you don’t just want a drink - you need a martini.

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Vesuvio Cafe

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Vesuvio Cafe

Vesuvio Cafe is a piece of San Francisco history, but unlike most museums, this place makes great cocktails.

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Zam Zam

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Zam Zam

Zam Zam is a classic bar in the Haight with some of the best martinis in the city.

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Black Horse London Pub

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Black Horse London Pub

The Black Horse London Pub in Cow Hollow is probably the smallest bar in the city, but it’s also one of the most fun.

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Lord Stanley

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Lord Stanley

Lord Stanley in Nob Hill is a great spot for a low-key nice dinner that won’t empty your bank account.

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Nari

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Nari

Nari is a bright and open space serving great Thai food in Japantown.

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Papito Hayes

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Papito Hayes

Papito Hayes is a fun spot for weekend brunch or a casual midweek date. Go for the huevos rancheros and the spicy margaritas.

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