Lola del Rio 
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reminders of restaraunts that look hella good.

  1. An Obscure Chinese Specialty Comes to Chinatown

    Classic Guilin Rice Noodles serves a rare regional specialty.

    Lola del Rio says:

    mmmmm... noodles.

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  2. In Praise of Late-Night Ramen

    Plus, a new Lithuanian restaurant comes to Alameda, and a new project from former Borgo

  3. Oakland's Most Authentic Home-Style Indian Food?

    The husband-and-wife team behind Masala Cuisine serves up uncommonly fresh and flavorful dishes that far exceed your standard Indian fare.

  4. Oakland's Miliki Offers Nigerian Food for Beginners

    Traditional West African dishes are served without compromise.

  5. Master of Masa

    Molcajete brings homey elegance (and kick-ass tortillas) to Uptown Oakland's Mexican scene.

  6. Deep-Dish Pizza Star

    The Star adds cocktails and sandwiches to its winning, Chicago-inspired formula.

  7. Getting Your Hands Dirty at Hang Ten Boiler

    Head to Alameda for the down-home flavors of Hawaii, Vietnam, and the American South.

  8. Sucking Up Every Bit of Marrow

    The Oakland sandwich shop showcases whole-animal cookery to outstanding effect.

  9. The Dumpling of Champions

    Chinatown's new Tian Jin Dumplings is a tiny takeout window that serves fantastic northern Chinese "small eats."

    Lola del Rio says:

    DUMPLINGS!!!

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  10. Dinner at a Dive

    Couyon Cajun & Po'boys serves stick-to-your-ribs New Orleans fare in an unlikely setting.

    Lola del Rio says:

    po' boys!!!

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  11. Mockingbird's Affordable Romance

    The Uptown restaurant serves rustic, globally inspired California cuisine that doesn't cost a fortune.

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