Eat + Drink
The An family lost everything, except each other. Descendants of Vietnamese royalty, they had enjoyed generations of privilege, distinguished positions in government and high society, and unparalleled wealth. Family matriarch and entrepreneur Diana An fell in love with San Francisco’s liberal spirit when visiting in 1971, and on a whim, bought a 20-seat Italian deli in Outer Sunset, before returning to Vietnam.
In a city booming with fried decadence, there's still something so special about doughnuts. In honor of National Donut Day, here are some of our favorite spots in the Bay Area.
Less thinking. More drinking.
It's time to start honoring breakfast as the most important meal of the day.
Delicious, local, and sustainable the beaches around the San Francsico Bay are teeming with fresh seaweed, just ripe for the picking.
The weather may not call for popsicles, but we don't really care.
Warning: Your check liver light may come on this week.
In this week's Scenes of the City, we peek behind the chocolate curtain with local confectioner Charles Siegel of Charles Chocolates to take a look at his sweet operation. Charles and his dedicated crew mix up pounds of fresh, handmade chocolate every day at their 7,400-square-foot HQ at the site of the old Potrero Brewing Company in the Mission.