Eat + Drink
A road trip is even more exciting when your destination is marvelous food and wine. Fire up that convertible sports car and ready your appetite for these delicious events spanning Sonoma County to Monterey.
“While I can’t walk on water, I can certainly wobble on whisky.” — Ashwin Sanghi
Foodies and beer lovers come together in that magical place called the craft brewpub, and now there's a new mecca in town: This Thursday, the old Valencia Street location of Abbot’s Cellar hops again with the opening of Brasserie Saint James.
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
The Big Eat 2016 is here! This year's list is guaranteed to make your mouths water with 35 delectable new dishes—including an insanely luscious lobster roll, our new favorite ramen, and the already culty fries at America's best new restaurant. As always, the list promises a smattering of San Francisco's absolute hottest and most beloved restaurants, with a variety of meats, sweets, sides, and veggies at every price point and in every neighborhood of San Francisco.
There's something about masala chai that just warms our hearts, and we can't think of a better blend than the spiced goodness being served at Oakland's Juhu Beach Club. Now you can get the same feeling at home with the JBC official recipe. Feel free to add bourbon or dark rum for a treat!
A Bay Area institution with a cult following, House of Prime Rib has been serving quality cuts to locals and tourists alike since the 1940s. In fact, the iconic restaurant goes through upwards of 5,000 pounds of meat per week(!), which means that the shiny steel-domed “meat zeppelins” that make the restaurant so fun, have carted around millions and millions of pounds of prime rib over their long life. That's a lot of meat sweats.
A local marijuana reporter’s field notes and gossip from the intersection of pot, money, and power in the epicentral San Francisco Bay Area.