Eat + Drink
#ThrowbackThursday at The Royal Exchange
#ThrowbackThursday has migrated from Facebook to the Financial District, thanks to a landmark watering hole that opened in 1972. The Royal Exchange is hosting a weekly #ThrowbackThursday party to celebrate its hedonistic heritage.
In addition to providing access to fresh, local fruits and veggies to Bay Area residents, CUESA has also been incubating and supporting small artisan food businesses for 20 years through the operation of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. This month we are celebrating small food crafters from our market and beyond as we host two events focused on artisanal food producers.
7x7 asks the city's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email email@example.com. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef.
You can find it around town for the next few weeks, but it’s not like any brew you’ve ever had. It’s called Kvasir, and it’s the latest hybrid recreation in what’s known as the Ancient Ale series from Dogfish Head Brewery, which is known for making off-centered ales for off-centered people.
New restaurants are popping up in the East Bay, with scores of hot grillables at a new organic Greek eatery that also rocks a full bar—think of this as a cool way to start or end that date night.
This week we have a quick turnaround for the former Moishe's Pippic space, an expansion of Hog Island Oyster Co. at the Ferry Building, the reopening of Three Twins Ice Cream in the Lower Haight, and Frances has just added Monday nights.
Michael Chiarello sure knows how to put on a good show.
A number of folks have come down with lame colds and even worse, the flu (’tis the season, ugh). While some people like a mild, soothing chicken soup when they’re illin’, others like a spicy-ass soup to wake up your tastebuds, get you sweating, and clear your sinuses.