Eat + Drink
‘Tis the season for spirited sipping, and our favorite San Francisco bars have you covered with ciders, punches, and grogs galore (and even a decadent tipple made with ice cream). Sample our top 10 picks around town, and scroll to the bottom for a few bonus recipes, perfect for your holiday party purposes.
Time to loosen that waistband a notch or two, folks, because eggnog season is here. Of course, our local bartenders know how to do it up right. Even if you don’t like the idea of egg in your drink, we have a couple egg-free options.
New Year’s Eve dinner out is typically a spendy affair, when every restaurant menu transforms into a pricy prix-fixe fandango. But fear not, we found a few options that look really fair, or seem like they will over-deliver for what they’re charging. Happy New Year!
The best crab I've ever had was hand-caught in Desolation Sound, British Columbia. And by hand-caught, I mean my shipmate chased it through the shallows and grabbed it with his bare hands just off a narrow strip of beach on Cortes Island.
It's time to rev it up, East Bay—in addition to a whole lot of noteworthy openings and updates, we've got a number of delectable Christmas and New Years feasts for your dining pleasure. Ready to close out 2014 with a bang?
It's time to vote for your favorite local spots!
Want a white elephant present delivered with lunch? Read on.
Only a couple of weeks remain until Christmas, sure, but you still need to show up at holiday parties with a nice host gift (a classy move). At the very least, you'll want to give something sweet to people you care about, like your brilliant hairstylist. And chocolate is rarely the wrong answer (like, never), so here’s what some of our local confectioners and chocolate-makers are offering for the holidays.
If ketchup is a vegetable, then a Bloody Mary is a salad.