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Alexander Hong’s locavore dishes

Credit: Tule Horton
Credit: Jordan Wise
Credit: Jordan Wise
Credit: Jordan Wise
Credit: Jordan Wise

After several years playing leap frog as a pop up all across the city, Jean-Georges alum Alexander Hong’s sleek eatery now has a permanent home in upscale Presidio Heights. It stands out for the careful selection of locavore ingredients in its seasonal, Californian-meets-Italian dishes that span from pork sausage orecchiette with broccoli and Calabrian chili or spring lamb tartare served with white anchovy and cured egg to foie gras parfait with rhubarb and lavender.

 

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Credit: Tule Horton

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