A Neighborhood Stages a Culinary Comeback

May 6, 2010 — In the small hilltop neighborhood of Bernal Heights on the southeastern side of San Francisco, you can see the makings of an edible renaissance. It doesn’t have the cutting-edge restaurant scene of the Mission District or the tourist pull of the Ferry Plaza. But an influx of innovative food companies, embraced by a community with a fervor for locally grown businesses and food, has turned the neighborhood into something that would have been unthinkable a few years ago: an epicurean destination. Read more

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