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1 City 5 Ways: Multicultural Foodie

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Hotel Triton and Café de la Presse
Where to Stay // Hotel Triton
This hip, modern and visually wondrous hotel is a stone’s throw from the Chinatown Dragon Gate and a short stroll to North Beach, aka Little Italy.

Breakfast // Café de la Presse
Enjoy buttery croissants and hot café au lait while browsing a selection of European newspapers and magazines. cafedelapresse.com

The Mission and Tony's Pizza Napoletana
Afternoon // The Mission
Head to the Mission neighborhood for its myriad Latino eateries. Limón boasts Peruvian specialties in swank surroundings, while the Taqueria Pancho Villa is known for its affordable, quality food.

Dinner // Tony’s Pizza Napoletana
Tony Gemignani, a world-champion pizza maker, now tosses dough for diners who line up at his Little Italy pizzeria.

Photo © 2010 frankenyimages.com

Burma Superstar
Diversity is the hallmark of the Richmond neighborhood, and Burma Superstar dishes out the flavors of Burma, Thailand, Laos, India and China.
Japanese Tea Garden

The Japanese Tea Garden is an oasis in Golden Gate Park, with monuments, bridges and ponds, as well as a teahouse serving Japanese teas and confections.

Photo by Jack Hollingsworth, courtesy of SFCVB

Hotel Triton
342 Grant Avenue
415-394-0500

Café de la Presse
352 Grant Avenue
415-398-2680

Limón
524 Valencia Street
415-252-0918

Tony's Pizza Napoletana
1570 Stockton Street
415-835-9888

Burma Superstar
309 Clement Street
415-387-2147

Japanese Tea Garden
7 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive

By Kimberley Lovato

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