It wasn’t long ago that rosés were synonymous with tacky suburban pool parties, and you’d be hard-pressed to find anything besides sauvignon blanc to satisfy a craving for something crisp when the temperature crept up.
It's time again to apprise you of the restaurant happenings around town.
This week in food-world news, Daniel Patterson's casual spinoff of Coi, gets a name, SliderBar expands, Gitane launches a new regional tasting menu, and Beer Hall, a new beer bar, debuts.
Another SF Chefs has come and gone, and things wrapped up Sunday in Union Square with a third day of the Grand Tasting tent and a Negroni version of the annual Pimp Cup competition at Jasper's Corner Tap + Kitchen. All told, the Bay Area's chefs, bartenders, winos, and food fans came out for a festive, if slightly quieter fifth installment of the fest, and a good time was had by all.
This week in food and drink news, we have the debut of the much-anticipated new project from the Park Tavern/Marlowe crew, the revamp of a beloved Nob Hill dive, and the relocating of fire-damaged Chez Spencer, which will remain in the Mission.
Charcuterie has become widely popular at wine bars and restaurants around town over the last decade, but a handful of chefs and restaurants claim this as a specialty, and have been creating delicious and interesting meat boards in recent years.
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