Citing the opening of Passion Café, along with the presence of Split Pea Seduction and Tu Lan, NYT reporter Scott James (who's listed as a local novelist and Emmy-winning TV journalist) declares Sixth Street as the next emerging "gourmet ghetto."

Though Passion Café is super nice, we wouldn't really go quite that far. Anyway, apparently there are more foodie destination on the way, and the angle of the story is that the alleys and byways all around the Sixth Street vicinity are impossible to park in, with some of the strictest parking regulations anywhere. Will this change? Apparently it's up to the neighborhood to complain.

And what's this about the Marina and Castro being "the city’s other food destinations"? Does this guy really live here?