Eat + Drink
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And now, the moment you've all been waiting for: The table is set with our annual 100 things to eat before you die, each one taste-tested and 7x7 approved. Some dishes are brand-new; some are old favorites making their return. You've got your work cut out for you.
As a culinary mecca populated with world renowned chefs and recreational foodies alike, it makes sense that San Francisco is a hot spot for underground supper clubs. These social dining experiences can take place anywhere from a victorian house in the Mission to a houseboat on the bay. They're often themed and typically feature local ingredients, but the off-the-grid aspect of the dinners is arguably their most alluring quality.
Meyer lemons have taken over. But once you've tired of lemonade, lemon curd, and preserved lemons, set your sights on a boozy batch of Meyer lemon limoncello. It's easy to make, and because you use only the zest for the infused liqueur, you can freeze the juice for later.
Seize these 60 degree days and take the opportunity to get outside for some brand new eats.