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These scattered facts are from a while ago, and need to be integrated into the site...
* X-21 Modern. 890 Valencia St. (415) 647-4211. Packed floor to ceiling with the coolest and kitschest furniture in town. Worth a visit even if you're not in the market. * Fabric Outlet. 2109 Mission St. (415) 552-4525. Lots of fabric and related items, cheap.
Greater Los Angeles: http://www.bikemetro.com/home/home.asp
- Wok Shop
The Wok Shop 718 Grant Ave., tel. 415/989-3797
- Ginn Wall
Ginn Wall Hardware 1016 Grant Ave. (near Pacific)
- Y. Ben House
Dim sum, cheap and good:
Y. Ben House 835 Pacific Ave, SF
- Bakery/Dim sum place near Commercial and Grant
Ask for pot stickers, also have BBQ pork buns, candied coconut, sweet things. President Clinton once ate a Moon Cake there.
Eastern Bakery, Inc. 720 Grant Ave.
- Grant St.: Jewelry, stuff, Dim Sum, bakeries
- Haircut: Clay, Washington, and Waverly, Broadway (between Stockton and Grant)
$6 Deanna Hair Design 30 Waverly St, SF, 94108 415-291-8811
- Stockton: Groceries, fish, bakeries
- Groceries and food markets: Stockton, Broadway between Stockton and Grant, Vallejo St. between Stockton and Columbus
- Where are the malls in Boston, San Francisco, San Diego?
Inman Square, Cambridge, MA
Not on the Red Line; accessible by a longish walk from Harvard or Central Square, or by MBTA bus.
Rosie's Bakery, Cambridge Store 
If you've found Mr. or Ms. Right, they do wedding cakes, but of course have a good selection of yummy deserts for Mr. and Ms. Right Now. (Including the Chocolate Orgasm Brownie.) For travellers on the Red Line, it's probably easier to visit their store in South Station, in Boston.
Midwest Grill. Brazillian BBQ. Mid-range. All you can eat. Rodizu (meat on a sword).
>> I think probably the best Indian place in Cambridge is Punjabi Dhaba, in Inman Sq. I'd feel better recommending that over Border India, especially since we have so many Central Sq. listings already. It's also a unique and fun place, insanely cheap, and open LATE. -Nickpest 14:02, 8 Aug 2004 (EDT) <<
Emma's Pizza. Thin crust.
Which Kendall Square am I in?
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