Eat + Drink
With all the snow and water in the Sierra Mountains right now, it's sure to be a good year for juicy grapes and fantastic wines. Mark your calendar with these five wine festivals and head into the hills for a sip.
Rich Table's addictive Sardine Chips are definitely one of the tastiest bites on the menu and no stranger to The Big Eat list. Now you can amaze your dinner party guests at home with the recipe below. It's easy and delicious. Bon appetit!
Pizza is one of those dishes that anyone can make at home, and it's pretty much guaranteed to be delicious. But, if you want to take your pizza game to the next level, take a leaf from cozy Italian restaurant Fiorella, and make your own dough. We're warning you right now that this dough needs to sit for two days, so get your apron on, pour the wine, and plan accordingly.
Beauty goes beyond facials and massages. Our 2016 guide to wellness in the Bay Area will make you gorgeous on the inside with the best local Chinese medicine, juice cleanses, chiropractors, healthy foods, and yes, even colonics.
As much as we love Napa and Sonoma, our palates are occasionally wont to wander. Paso Robles is on the tips of wine connoisseurs' tongues these days, so we headed south to check out what's being touted as California's hot wine region du jour.
The food courts of yesteryear were defined by their tinny atmospheres, grimy seating, and the smell of pizza dying beneath the heat lamps. Thank heavens that, here in San Francisco, we have the Ferry Building and the Market at Twitter. Now Emeryville is catching up, with the gentrification of Public Market, a civilized food court that aims to capture the East Bay's foodie crowd.
Chef Dominique Crenn has been delighting palates in San Francisco with the artful fare at her two-Michelin-starred restaurant Atelier Crenn and at her newer more casual eatery, Petit Crenn, in Hayes Valley. This winter, she ventured across the Bay Bridge to bring us Antoinette, a French-style brasserie in the newly renovated Claremont Club & Spa.