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Michelin's Affordable SF Favorites; A Terrifying Noe Hooters Prank; Dishes For Two; More!

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Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF editor Allie Pape shares the best restaurant and bar news.

BAY AREA—What are the Bay Area's best affordable restaurants? Michelin chose 76 of them for its annual Bib Gourmand honors. See the full list.

NOE VALLEY—A prankster struck terror into the heart of SF's most kid-friendly neighborhood with a sign announcing that a Hooters was on the way.

SAN FRANCISCO—Want to share a special meal with your sweetie? These 11 dishes and menus around town are designed for two.

PRESIDIO/NORTH BEACH—Not one, but two SF restaurants made this year's Best New Restaurants list from Esquire.

THE EMBARCADERO—An SF restaurant makes more money than any other non-chain eatery in California, not to mention Guy Fieri and Bobby Flay's flagship spots. Can you guess what it is?

MID-MARKET—Lunch got a little crazy at Bluestem Brasserie after an animal activist burst in and delivered a tearful speech to all the guests about her "little girl"—a pet chicken.

MID-MARKET—Are you ready for the most sustainable restaurant in SF (and possibly world) history? The folks behind Mission Chinese Food and Commonwealth are making it happen.

INNER SUNSET—The California Academy of Sciences has shut down its restaurant, The Moss Room, for good, and given Charles Phan the boot in favor of a controversial foodservice giant.