After two weeks in Italy eating handmade pasta from my relatives, fresh-made pasta in restaurants, and taking a pasta class at Il Paluffo in Chianti Colli Fiorentini with the famed Wilma (most of the restaurants in the area get their pasta from her), I am definitely inspired to dust off my old Ampia machine and crank out some pasta at home. Here are places in SF where you can take pasta-making classes, and on the nights when you're too busy to bust out some pappardelle, here’s where to score freshly made pasta too.
Whether you’re a downtown worker bee looking for a place to laptop park or a total espresso obsessive, here are four of the latest cafés, carts, and bars to open around town that are ready to caffeinate you.
Didn't go to Burning Man or manage to get out of town for the long weekend? Don’t have a backyard, and no one invited you to a barbecue? Wah.
Whether you dine gluten-free because you suffer from celiac disease, or it’s a lifestyle (and health) choice, here are some top places and dishes in San Francisco where you can feast gluten-free (and feel good at the end of your meal).
It’s kind of ridiculous that we can pay as much attention to the food lineup as the music lineup at this weekend’s Outside Lands festival, but that’s how we roll here in Ess Eff. The weekend is shaping up to be a doozy of foggy, misty, and wet weather (damn you, Fogust!), so here are some tablehopper recos for keeping toasty (and maybe a little toasted, hic).
You'd think San Francisco is trying to have a café on each block or something with all these new openings every month. (Not like we're complaining.) Here's your recap of five new cafés that have recently joined our local caffeine scene.
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