Paige Frisone

Paige is a freelance writer, poet, and writing coach stationed in Boulder, CO. Her work's informed by body, earth, and energetic-based practices. She's featured in Rebelle Society, Elephant Journal, Entropy's Enclave, Rogue Agent, streetcake magazine, Metapsychosis, indicia, The Health Journal, and elsewhere. LinkedIn

Paige Frisone

The Absinthe Group’s New Arbor Sprouts in San Francisco

Above: Arbor’s chicken sandwich; photo by Chloe Pressman Arbor, the newest branch of San Francisco’s long-standing The Absinthe Group, opened this July to bring healthy, satisfying, and comforting food to the area. After 22 years of a five-restaurant empire, not even a pandemic can stop this crew from expansion.  Since 1998, proprietor Bill Russell-Shapiro’s managed …

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Frisco’s Family Deli Embodies the Micro and Macro Family

All photos courtesy of Frisco’s Facebook page Though many have lost their jobs to COVID-19, new owners Issa Nafe and nephew, Omar Hanna, are transforming tough circumstances. Frisco’s Family Deli is the result of an unexpected opportunity and the whole family’s in on it. Social media manager and son-in-law, Ramzi Soudah, claims “they’ve always wanted …

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Hoshinoya: San Fran’s New Food Fusion Genius

Above: Japanese Plate – saba, takoyaki, salad, and miso soup; all photos from Hoshinoya’s Facebook page There are two types of restaurants: those with a specific cuisine, and those with hybrid fusions. If you’ve ever wondered what Thai-Japanese food tastes like, Hoshinoya’s your answer.  Owner Nuttawat Wongpisethkul bought Hoshinoya this past March, though he’s far …

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Curry Corner Brings Northern India to South San Francisco

Above: The Curry Corner crew Business partners and friends Harry Singh, Anoop Singh Cheema, and Sonu Rana’s Curry Corner landed in South San Francisco on June 5th. Lucky for everyone, Curry Corner’s the only Indian restaurant in the area, which proves to be a smart strategy – especially mid-pandemic. Harry mentions, “I’m the one who’s …

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Putting Face to Name: Corporate Catering Company Rebrands with The Roost

Above: A full meal spread from The Roost. Ashley Keeler, a former fine-dining chef beginning age 22, longed for a life beyond those 14 hour days. Now, as the Executive Chef of Catering for The Roost, Ashley pivots mid-pandemic to stay true to the people.  Four years ago, Ashley saw a Facebook post from Ryan …

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