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Aida Mollenkamp (bio)

  (6 restaurants)    
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As Seen On:
Best Thing I Ever Ate, Episode: "Sugar Rush"
  • Sam's Sundae
4.5 out of 5
9388 ratings
strive to use local, organic ingredients when available; made from Straus Family organic dairy products; tastes are served on metal spoons saving over 500,000 plastic spoons from filling landfills every year
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Mana Bu's: View details, maps, videos, recommended foods
Mana Bu'sSee Mana Bu's Video ($)
(402 ratings)

1618 S King St Map It!
Honolulu, HI 96826
(808) 358-0287
www.hawaiimusubi.com
  • Spam Musubi
    spam-filled rice rolls wrapped in dry seaweed
4.5 out of 5
402 ratings
restaurant closes once food sells out
3
BLD: View details, maps, videos, recommended foods
BLD (CLOSED)See BLD Video ($$)
(2213 ratings)

7450 Beverly Blvd Map It!
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 930-9744
bldrestaurant.com
  • Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes
4.0 out of 5
2213 ratings
CLOSED
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Nopa: View details, maps, videos, recommended foods
NopaSee Nopa Video ($$$)
(4829 ratings)

560 Divisadero St Map It!
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 864-8643
www.nopasf.com
As Seen On:
Best Thing I Ever Ate, Episode: "With Bacon"
  • House Smoked Bacon Flatbread
    smoke their own bacon
4.0 out of 5
4829 ratings
a gathering place, serving urban rustic food and specializing in organic wood-fired cuisine
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Schmidt's: View details, maps, videos, recommended foods
Schmidt's (CLOSED)See Schmidt's Video ($$)
(592 ratings)

2400 Folsom St Map It!
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 401-0200
www.schmidts-sf.com
As Seen On:
Best Thing I Ever Ate, Episode: "With Fruit"
  • Apple Strudel
    w/ whipped cream; assembled in a deep-dish pan rather than rolled; looks good
4.0 out of 5
592 ratings
CLOSED; German restaurant
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  • Warm Sea Urchin w/ Dungeness Crab
3.5 out of 5
1447 ratings
"a little East Coast formal (a GM in a suit and a chef who likes her vegetables brunoised) and West Coast casual (painted plywood floors, hawsers strung from the ceiling and diners in jeans)"
Aida Mollenkamp (bio)   (6 restaurants)