Just in time for Super Bowl festivities, we've got some of the best chicken wings in the city. Even if you're not a football fan, you can celebrate like one.
In the need of a little pick me up? Blood sugar got you down? We've scoured the city to find the chewiest, doughiest chocolate chip cookies out there to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Now that it has dipped into the 30s, it's officially cold. What better way to warm up than with a rich chocolatey beverage? From boozy options to drinking chocolates, here are seven of the best hot chocolates to warm your winter in San Francisco.
Light waffle batter, when flashed in a hot cast-iron mold, makes a crisp golden-brown finished product perfect for soaking up whatever you choose to top it in. Just in time for holiday brunching, here are seven delicious versions you should check out.
You could stuff your sandwiches full of Thanksgiving leftovers, or you could say screw the turkey, and try a sandwich with a little Louisiana flare. Luckily, comfort food is spreading like a wild fire in San Francisco these days, so let's take to the streets and see who has the best Po' Boys in town.
Oh, macaroni and cheese. There is something special about breaking into a baked cheese crust to find noodles swimming in even more cheese. Comfort food is spreading like a wildfire in this city, so there are quite a few noteworthy versions of the dish. Take a look... we've come a long way since the Kraft mac n cheese of our youth.
Originating in rural Mexico, Huevos Rancheros is a second, heavier breakfast offered to ranchers after a long morning of herding. Today, the dish has migrated to plates all across US brunch menus, where we sop up refried beans, smokey tomato sauce, and runny egg yolk with fury. Here for you now are seven of the best versions of the dish in the city; so grab a fork (or a chip) and start eating.
Sopping up golden yolk that oozed from its poached casing is the pièce de résistance of breakfast. Add some salty ham and rich, tangy Hollandaise sauce, and there really is nothing that comes as close to soothing your soul and soaking up the previous night's events quite like eggs Benedict. Thank you, Mr. Benedict (whoever you are).
Bread soaked and baked in egg is surely something to pique one's interest. With visions of brioche and cinnamon dancing in your heads, here are seven places where you can satisfy your warm, carby, custardy desires.
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