When a restaurant named Foreign Cinema opened on Mission Street in San Francisco in 1999, a lot of people were curious, but many were uncertain it could survive on a block with many vacant buildings, including the adjacent and long-closed New Mission Theatre. Continue reading
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Dining in Mumbai: A City of Small Miracles, Part I
For the next few weeks, EatDrinkFilms will be running a few gems from our earliest issues, which most of you may not have seen before. This article first appeared in May 2014.
The Lunchbox director Ritesh Batra writes a wonderful exclusive story for EatDrinkFilms. His observations with accompanying photos by Raj Rishi More offer insight, humor and stories about multi-generational restaurants in Mumbai.
Risa Dreams of Sushi: A Visit to Ichi Sushi + Ni Bar in the Mission
by Risa Nye
Ichi Sushi’s husband-and-wife co-owners Tim and Erin Archuleta began their courtship with bubbly and bivalves back in 2004. As Erin likes to say, they fell in love over oysters. A couple of years and many oysters later, Tim and Erin launched a successful sushi catering business—which led to the opening of Ichi Sushi, now in its second location near San Francisco’s Bernal Heights. Continue reading
A City of Small Miracles, Part II
THE LUNCHBOX director Ritesh Batra writes a wonderful exclusive story for EatDrinkFilms. This is part II of his series on multi-generational restaurants in Mumbai, with accompanying photos by Raj Rishi More. Continue reading