It's now semi-officially the start of summer, and with it comes the best reason of all to escape town on the weekends: Fog. You'll be itching for some warmth and sunshine in the coming weeks and months, and the great thing is it's just a short drive away.
Like kombucha, pickles, and orange wine, the recent trendiness of sour beer exemplifies a fascination with fermentation and all things old-world, as well as that badge of cool the city’s epicurean elites attach to all “acquired tastes.”
Nopalito started it. In the past few years, restaurants such as Tacolicious, Rosa Mexicano, and Mamacita have been putting the Mission burrito in its place, broadening our palates for Mexican flavors with mid-priced sit-down spots.
While this city has no shortage of terrific food, even world-class food, San Francisco is not a hub of lavishly designed, high-profile restaurants.
Bored with your usual boozing spots? The drinking scene is set to get a bit richer this summer with the addition of several new cocktail and wine bars, and we've got some details of what you can expect.
Last night was a big night for San Francisco at the ceremony for the James Beard Foundation Awards in New York City.
Assuming the economy doesn't decide to tank again, we are poised for another 2010-style boom in the food-and-drink world, especially around SoMa and the quickly gentrifying Mid-Market.
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