Eat + Drink
It's been an exciting year for the bar and restaurant scene, with over a dozen notable restaurants and cocktail spots debuting (more than one a month) as the city's economy has seen an unprecedented, fast-paced boom. It was a year of instant successes and new neighborhood gems, but also one that kept S.F.'s chefs making national headlines.
No matter what kind of a night you had on New Year’s Eve (you party animal, you), here are five places that are rallying on New Year's Day to serve you a hangover-helpin’ brunch.
It's one of the quietest weeks of the year in San Francisco as everyone who grew up everywhere else slowly filters back to town. But we have a few little food news items to tide you over into the new year.
Two San Francisco hot spot eateries have opened new locations in the East Bay.
This week is all about going out and finding your food yourself: Forage for mushrooms, catch an eel or (if you're feeling lazy) break off a piece of the "Candy Stick."
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.
Lauded as a game-changer when it opened in 2010, Commonwealth has lived up to that promise, turning out small plates of inventive food that showcase a unique combination of local produce, modern technique, and international influence, which have surely informed the city's current culinary landscape.
Let's hope you've got your holidays pretty well scheduled by now. But, if you just haven't been able to commit or decide, we have a list of some remaining, foodie-friendly possibilities you should consider booking for New Year's Eve. Like now.