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Built by shady political boss Abe Ruef in 1905, Columbus Tower was finished just in time to be reduced to its steel skeleton in the 1906...
Chinese Telephone Exchange
California's earliest adopters of advanced technology weren't in Silicon Valley but right here in Chinatown. This triple-decker tiled...
The colorful murals lining Ross Alley hint at the colorful characters that once roamed SF’s oldest alleyway, which has been known...
Need a day off? EZ5 obliges happy hour from 4pm to 8pm weekdays, offering sweet deals on Day Off sweet-sour lemon vodka cocktails. The...
Great Eastern Restaurant
Eat your way across China in this classic tiled Chinatown restaurant, from northern Peking duck to southern pan-fried shrimp and chive...
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Graduate from ho-hum sweet-and-sour and middling mu shu to sensational Szechuan dishes that go down in a blaze of glory. Warm up with spicy pork dumplings and heat-blistered string beans, take on the house-made tantan noodles with peanut-chili sauce, and leave lips buzzing with fish poached in flaming chili oil and buried under red Szechuan chili-peppers. Go early; expect a wait.