Eat + Drink
21st Amendment Brewery and Magnolia Pub & Brewery have again teamed up for Belgian Beer Month.
This month, I’ll be scoping out the market and searching CUESA’s seasonal recipe archives for dishes to wow my friends and family with on Thanksgiving. In addition to the return of some of late-fall and early-winter favorites like citrus, cardoons and kiwi, there are many great things happening at CUESA and the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market this November that you won’t want to miss.
Where do you go if you need to find cardamom bitters, a rare rye whiskey, or some sarsaparilla soda from the Philippines? We know just the places.
The big food news item of the week is that Top Chef Masters contender Suvir Saran is opening his first West Coast restaurant in San Francisco, on Mid-Market, sometime next spring or summer. But we also have news of the opening of James Syhabout's latest project in Rockridge, and a new Greek spot headed to Hayes Valley.
A hot new location for a paella powerhouse popped up near Jack London Square in Oakland and, further afield, the battle for the wine list over a bowl of delectable hand made pasta noodles is unfolding in Alamo.
Over the last decade or so, San Francisco restauranteur and bar impresario Scott Broccoli built a small empire of well-respected venues north of Market, including Dobbs Ferry Restaurant & Bar in Hayes Valley, and noted Yankees bar Aces in Nob Hill. His flagship venture, The Pub at Ghirardelli Square, is also rumored to be a preferred hangout for some of the city's hottest chefs looking for a low-key atmosphere post-shift. Now Scott wants you in on the fun.
When it comes to dinner and cocktails, sex appeal is an essential. It’s Saturday night and you’re in a swanky new bar with an attractive partner, lingering over sips and nibbles. And what’s sexier than a little heat?
Our city is chock-full of interesting people and wild personalities. Overwhelmed by the coolness? Every week we'll pick one standout local we'd love to be friends with to answer seven essential questions about their life in San Francisco.
Nick Balla and Cortney Burns are the co-chef couple masterminds behind the beloved Mission eatery Bar Tartine (sister restaurant to Tartine bakery).