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Schuyler Bailey

A Modern Guide to Healdsburg

When a Wine Country trip beckons, the destination on everyone’s lips as of late is Healdsburg, namely for the collective of hip young things opening restaurants, shops, and tasting rooms one after the next in and around the charming small-town square. Here’s how to do HBG like a pro.

Alfred's Steakhouse Gets the Daniel Patterson Touch

Perhaps we can credit the passing of Prop J in November, or maybe it’s just Daniel Patterson’s sense of nostalgia, but San Francisco institution Alfred’s Steakhouse is the most recent recipient of historical preservation and a wanted refresh, and the city is all the more delicious for it. 

These New Wool Sneakers Are the Softest Shoes You'll Ever Wear

Imagine the coziest of sweaters, made from superfine merino wool sourced from a small farm in New Zealand and spun at a prestigious Italian mill, that’s cashmere-like in softness. Now imagine it wrapped around your feet. This, my friends, is the shoe your tootsies have been waiting for—the Wool Runner by Allbirds, available online starting March 1.

4 Cravings, from Make-Your-Own Popover Kits to Trick Dog's New Menu

Schuyler Bailey is hungry. Here are her cravings this week.

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.

4 Cravings, from Champagne to Beef Tongue Burgers

Schuyler Bailey is hungry. Here are her cravings this week.

2015 Hot 20: Kevin Jorgeson, The First Man to Free Climb Dawn Wall

Six years of training. Three thousand vertical feet climbed. Nineteen days living on sheer rock face. This had been Santa Rosa native Kevin Jorgeson’s reality up until January 14, when he and fellow climber Tommy Caldwell became the first to free climb what many believe is the most difficult route in the world—El Capitan’s Dawn Wall in Yosemite National Park.

3 Holiday Punch Recipes to Really Get the Party Started

To really get the parties started, punch is essential. Here are three bowls from some of our favorite bars to get your guests in the spirit. 

5 Cravings, from Pork Buns to Kouign Amann

Schuyler Bailey is hungry. Here are her cravings this week.

2015 Hot 20: Mark Bittman, NYT Columnist Turned Berkeley Dot-Commer

When Mark Bittman defected to Berkeley last spring for a lecturing gig, the Bay Area food writing community collectively high-fived. It’s not often that we lure New York’s own to our fairer coast, and Bittman—prolific author, famed New York Times columnist, and brilliant journalist—is one of the biggest catches we could net.

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