Eat + Drink
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
From high-end wines to ghetto beer, we've got your drinking preferences covered this week.
Across the Bay Bridge, a fresh batch of Oakland restaurant openings is giving us serious hunger pangs.
Barley may be the ultimate beer-brewing cereal grain, but wheat is commonly included when making summer beers to provide a crisp acidity and a lighter mouth feel. And while traditional, low-hop, summer beer styles (such as Hefeweizen and Witbier) include wheat, innovative West Coast brewers enjoy creating variations on that classic theme. With the days getting longer and warmer, we checked in with a few local craft brewers to check out this season’s cool and refreshing wheaties.
7x7 Magazine's annual Best of SF showcases all you could ever hope to eat, drink, see, buy, know, and do in the city. Here is the Best of Eat...
There's a growing trend among higher end cocktail establishments to offer lower-alcohol, aperitif-style cocktails alongside more high-octane options – perfect for the casual weeknight dinner, when you're not looking to leave the place super buzzed. But several spots around town are taking the trend one step further by offering three-course cocktail tastings, graduating from easy-sipping aperitifs to spiritous lowballs and digestifs.
Attention all San Francisco food lovers: We need you! It's time, once again, for our most delicious contest of the year: 2014's Your City Your Chef, sponsored by Trumer Pils.
The latest foodie happenings on the Peninsula.