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On National Bacon Day, Eat These Other Meats Instead

Yes, yes, yes, bacon is pretty damn delicious, but it this cured pork-obsessed city — where you can order it on everything from your ramen to your cocktail — we're getting a little bacon fatigued.

4 Restaurants Give Low-Proof Cocktails the High-End Treatment

No hard liquor license? Most places just default to pouring wine and beer. But there are new kinds of low-proof cocktails being concocted at restaurants around the city, and we’re not talking saketinis, people—these are complex drinks using sherries, vermouths, agave wine, beer, or house-infused sakes to great effect.

Your Saturday Agenda at Stock in Trade

Stock in Trade

In this cosmopolitan city, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices available on any given weekend. Fortunately, one Marina destination has your entire Saturday lineup covered, from brunch to cocktails to late-night fare.

Drink Here Now: Sex Trivia and a Vineyard Music Festival

There are more fun drinking events than we can shake a stick at this week, though we don't understand this obsession with stick-shaking.

We Wanna Be Friends With Causwell's Adam Rosenblum

Former Flour + Water sous chef Adam Rosenblum probably never imagined as a dishwasher at a tiny restaurant in Silver Spring, Maryland that he would one day open his own restaurant in San Francisco, Causwells. 

Foodie Agenda: Labor Day Pig Roast, Loteria Cocktails, & More

What and where you should be eating this week. 

Fresh-Hopped Beers on Tap for a Limited Time

Citrusy, grassy, bright, earthy, tropical. In November those words might describe the year's Beaujolais Nouveau wine, but at the end of hop season they can just as easily refer to wet-hopped beers.

"Yummy Supper," the Gluten-Free Cookbook for Omnivores

As much as I dream about eating McDonald’s french fries or Taco Bell bean burritos, I am just as often waylaid with guilt for doing so. My metabolism ain’t what it used to be, after all. Not one to prescribe to fad diets (everyone I know on Atkins has really bad breath), I’ve taken a more wholesome approach to eating, one that’s quintessentially of-the-region.

Caribbean Cuisine, Jamaican Us Crazy for More

Upon returning to San Francisco from a jaunt to the East Coast, the distinct lack of Caribbean cuisine may have you down, mon. Compared with New York, SF’s island offerings have been historically scant, a notable paucity in our gastro-nomically rich and diverse city.

5 Cravings, from Matzo Ball Soup to Omakase

Editor Schuyler Bailey, who mows her way around town for the sake of the Eat + Drink section, is hungry. Here's what she's hankering for this month.

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