Eat + Drink
The newest Napa and Sonoma tasting rooms are unveiling some pretty fancy spaces with a range of eclectic themes. Here are some brand new spots that will have you saying, "Sip, sip hooray!"
Hangovers are God's way of reminding you how awesome last night was.
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
Summer has arrived (for the most part), and with it comes the season’s favorite shade of wine: rosé.
Saturdays at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is easily one of the best ways to procure California’s finest and freshest produce. Along with the dozens of farmers, artisans, and food makers, there are also a plethora of food stands for you to brunch at (food shopping is hard work and should never be done on an empty stomach). But with so many different vendors—what should you eat? Fret not, here are our favorites.
Before you reach for that bottle of Provencal rosé for this weekend's festivities, why not consider this more festive, gin-soaked, made-in-San Francisco treat?
The notorious San Francisco fog just got a little boozier thanks to Alameda-based distillery Hangar 1. Drought-savvy and innovative, Hangar 1's new Fog Point Vodka is the first ever vodka made with San Franciscan fog-caught water.
When you order calamari as an appetizer at a restaurant, it too often comes breaded, fried, and served with marinara sauce. Delfina takes a different route, flash-grilling the calamari until tender, then serving it over a bed of buttery white bean salad. The picada sauce adds an herby garlicky kick, making this one dish you'll want to make over and over again.