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Rodgers’s culinary legacy extends far beyond the superlative roast chicken and famously perfect Caesar salad she served at Zuni Café.
The New York duo has spent the last ten months reworking and revamping the venerable San Francisco bar.
The global demand for meat could soon double — but science is hard at work on alternatives.
Also, a Wild Foods Dinner at Americano.
He had a pretty big meal, too.
The iconic restaurant is getting a second location after a mere 164 years.
Sushi chef Ryosuke Yoshioka was murdered in cold blood in an Inner Richmond parking garage by a schizophrenic man having a psychotic break.
The verdict: two and a half stars.
Jeannette Etheredge has officially handed over the keys, signaling the end of an era.
They basically became a Tecate concession. Smart.
This is via the Guild of Cookery.
The damage seems pretty significant.
The S.F. restaurant’s ouster by neighbors is ripe for comedy.
Also, Trattoria da Vittorio is open in West Portal.
Burlingame’s Mokutanya took a cue from that taqueria in Tampa.
It’s being dubbed ‘the Uber of food trucks.’
Also, Nicholas Boer reviews Juhu Beach Club.
Castro vacancies are getting snapped up.
The deep-discount grocer is finally coming cityside.