Eat + Drink
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit!
Known for its bounty of tasty restaurants and coffee shops, SoMa is a delicious blend of techies and hipsters, sandwich shops and Michelin-starred restaurants, and breweries and wine bars. Here's where to eat and drink when you're in the neighborhood.
San Francisco gastronomes are well versed in our annual Big Eat SF—for more than a decade, you've been checking dishes off our list of the city's must-eats. Last year, we invited Oaklanders to the party with our Big Eat Oakland. And now, drumroll please, we're bringing the Big Eat to Wine Country tables.
Dennis Lee may be the new Colonel Sanders. The Namu Gaji chef’s Korean Fried Chicken (KFC), available on the restaurant’s brunch menu, is twice fried and then slathered with a sweet and tangy glaze that looks almost nuclear, thanks to a helping of gochujang, a kicky Korean condiment made from red chiles, rice, fermented soybeans, and salt.
You've probably never heard of these tiny tasting rooms, but a visit to any of these boutique wineries is sure to be filled with tasty vino and one-on-one time with the winemakers.
It’s olive season in Wine Country, and now through the new year you can play the role of farmer and shake down the tasty fruit straight from the trees or wait until they get made into artisanal oil and briny table snacks. Either way, yum!
We live for brunch. But with our obsession for eggs Benedict and bottomless mimosas come long lines and hanger pains. Well, we're not gonna take it anymore. For all of you who have something better to do than stand in line, skip the hyped-up hot spots and head to one these less crowded restaurants for a ready table and an equally delicious brunch.
Five festive ways to celebrate the start of November.