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4 New Restaurants to Check Out in Wine Country

Ready, set, raise your fork, and go!

6 New Bay Area Restaurants to Try in April

Looking for somewhere new to eat? We've got you covered.

Foodie Agenda: Cala Does Tapas + Locanda Launches Brunch

Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit! 

Eat Here Now: Perfect Wood-Fired Pizzas and Beyond at Del Popolo

It’s well known among food folk that the barometer for any legitimate pizza place is the quality of the margherita—the Italian original, purported to have been created in celebration of its 19th century Queen by the same name as a culinary representation of the Italian flag, is the classic pie distilled down to its most essential parts: tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil.

5 New Places to Check Out This Month

Looking for somewhere new to eat? Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of five brand-new places that recently opened around town.

5 New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

Looking for somewhere new to eat? Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of five brand-new places that recently opened around town.

Foodie Agenda: Mezcal Festivals, White Truffles, New Restaurants, & More!

Five culinary adventures for the week ahead! 

5 New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

Looking for somewhere new to eat? Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of five brand-new places that recently opened around town.

Five New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

Boulibar at the Ferry Building Marketplace. Photo: © tablehopper.com.

Looking for someplace new to try? Here’s your monthly reminder of five new spots that recently opened around town. Pace yourself. 

First Bite: The French Take on Tacos at Papito

I live in Potrero, where Jocelyn Buelow reigns and tacos are hard to find. So the entire neighborhood's been abuzz about Papito, Buelow's little "organic Mexican bistro" on Connecticut, just around the corner from his Chez Maman and Chez Papa on 18th. Its cute windowfront and cheery signage appeared way back in spring, but it remained closed due to permit issues until a few weeks ago and, true to form, last night there were people waiting to sit down at one of only two dozen seats.

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