Eat + Drink
Classical mythology and modern evolutionary theory both gazed into the flames of the cook fire and found there the same thing: the origins of our humanity.” So says Michael Pollan in his latest book, Cooked, a quarter of which is dedicated to the primal ritual of cooking with fire.
It’s no great surprise that San Francisco is a beer-obsessed town. We’re a city of diverse tastes and inclinations. Beer, with its wide range of flavors, styles, and pairing potential, is a drink that lends itself well to San Francisco’s motley make-up.
New seasonal eating menus for traditional and approachable Mexican cuisine that adheres to the Bay Area's “eat local” mantra have popped up in Marin—making ample room at the table for a tequila bar for those so inclined or a more humble street vendor for that Sunday morning produce procuring outing.
San Francisco pastry chefs are taking a fresh approach to citrus, serving genre-defying desserts made from the most unusual varietals.
If you want to give your loved one the ultimate romantic experience, why not set sail this Valentine's Day on a fabulous yacht?
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We'd like to congratulate the winners of our 2014 Eat + Drink Reader's Choice Awards.
Friday night marked the kickoff of the sixth annual San Francisco Beer Week, which runs through this week, until Sunday, February 16, with tap takeovers, beer dinners, and other events all over the Bay Area. Below, a few tasty highlights from Friday's gala, as well as a few cool events to put on your agenda, should you be in a hoppy mood.
Love is in the air with Valentine’s Day just around the corner—but no need to panic if you have yet to make a plan for your special someone. We’ve rounded up Bay Area restaurants hosting Valentine’s menus to celebrate love-struck San Franciscans. Red roses, teddy bears and chocolates not included.