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  1. Look Who's Popping Up
    Duke’s Surf Bar Tikis Up Rum Bar For One NightThe one night only pop-up will deliver seldom seen and much anticipated tiki drinks.
  2. Sandwiches
    DiNic’s Roast Pork Crowned ‘America’s Best Sandwich’Move over cheesesteaks, roast pork’s git you beat.
  3. Coming Soon
    Meatheads Coming Soon: An Alternative to Epic Burger?Meatheads is expanding to the city.
  4. Openings
    Winemaking in the City: First Look at City Winery, Opening TonightThe long awaited New York import, City Winery, opens to much fanfare.
  5. Crime Scenes,
    The Food Bank Black MarketThey can usually be spotted at various places along Market near UN Plaza until they’re told to scram by SFPD, but they always find their way back.
  6. Foodies With Benefits
    Beer Blowout Phestiv-Ale Tickets Are On Sale NowTeh fest will bring tons and tons of tasty suds to the Sheet Metal Workers Hall.
  7. Marketing Gimmicks
    Why the Pizzabon Is Destined to FailPizza’s bastardization reaches new lows in Atlanta, courtesy of Cinnabon.
  8. Chef Cleanse
    Chef Cleanse: Josh Capon’s Delirious, Emotional AwakeningAnd constipation.
  9. Trivia
    Julia Child Signed Her Name in Cement at Savenor’sHappy birthday, Julia.
  10. Beef
    Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For Decent Dining Options to Materialize atWe were promised dining options that are on par with Stephen Starr restaurants.
  11. Make a Wish
    Happy 100th Birthday, Julia ChildA compilation of Julia-love.
  12. Chef Shuffles
    Ravi Kapur Will Guest Chef at PiccinoFor two months starting in September.
  13. Emperor Tomato
    Touch Me Tomato: Drago, A.O.C., Lindy & Grundy, and Bouchon Bakery Make The BestTwo tasting menus and two dishes that highlight the fruits of summer.
  14. Grub Guides
    Twenty-one Awesome Places to Score Free Bar FoodThis one’s for you, cheapskates.
  15. Lunch
    New Rhea’s Deli to Open in the MissionThe second location of the beloved deli will have lots of room for seating.
  16. Pastry Chefs
    Rollin’ in the Dough: Leigh Omilinsky Replaces Patrick Fahy at SofitelSofitel’s got a new pastry chef.
  17. Chef Shuffle
    Chefs Named For Fork and GrowlersFork’s owners have found a replacement for outgoing chef Terence Feury.
  18. Chefs
    Some Highlights From Charlie Trotter’s Enormous Town & Country MagJay McInerney sits down with Charlie to give readers a glimpse into his life.
  19. Beer Me
    Lemon Hill Firing Up a Beer-B-QueSummer’s not complete without a proper beer-b-que.
  20. Couch Potatoes
    Couch Potatoes: Watching an Hour of Food Network With Joe Bastianich“My downfall was, me and Mario would go to Balthazar every night at one o’clock.”
  21. Slideshow
    Love Me, Tenders: Ten Spectacularly Tacky Fast-Food WeddingsThese couples had the ultimate “quickie marriage.”
  22. Lists
    State Bird Provisions is Bon Appétit’s Best New RestaurantThe Fillmore Street restaurant is the best of 2012.
  23. Openings
    First Look at Tiberio Custom Meats, the Newest LES Butcher ShopAdam Tiberio has opened the shop inside Frank Prisinzano’s Sauce restaurant.
  24. Foodievents
    Le Fooding Brooklyn Tickets Now Available (for Real)For MasterCard-holders, anyway.
  25. Closings
    Suburban Sang Kee NixedThe suburban restaurant empire builders will revamp the property, and reopen with a new concept.
  26. Recipes
    Make Giuseppe Tentori’s Rockfish Taco with Powdered ChicharronesGiuseppe Tentori shares his August taco of the month recipe with us.
  27. The Boss
    Will the Boss Get a Boozy Milkshake?Blue Inc’s Jason Santos has a big night in store.
  28. Fish Stories
    Study Says Barnegat Bay Is In Bad ShapeThough the threats are real, NJ’s Governor Chris Christie doesn’t take them seriously.
  29. Kings County
    Brooklyn Still a Strange, ‘Bohemian’ Place for the Post,Why aren’t people over this yet?
  30. Beer Me
    The North End Gets a Temporary Beer GardenGawk and sip at Ducali’s pop-up beer garden.
  31. Events
    Get Out Your Wallet and Make It Rain on Harvest Moon FarmsHelp Harvest Moon Farms garner the financial support they need at one of these fundraising events.
  32. Foodievents
    Bon Me and West Bridge Do a Pop-Up PicnicBon Me for you, Greenway loafer.
  33. Closings
    Say So Long to the Dolphin TavernThe OG divey go-go joint could use a little help.
  34. Food Is the New Rock
    Outside Lands Was Foodier Than Ever This Year, and Here’s WhySee a slideshow of our food and drink highlights.
  35. Comebacks
    Ousted P.J. Clarke’s Bartender Doug Quinn Planning a ‘New YorkAs soon as people come in, it’s going to become their home,” Quinn promises. “There aren’t so many New York joints left.”
  36. Openings
    Cafe Burrito Spices up BelmontIt’s a cafe! With burritos!
  37. Breakfast
    What to Eat For Breakfast at Sycamore Kitchen, Starting TodayPastry chef Karen Hatfield expands her bakery selection with quinoa muffins and salted caramel pecan babkas.
  38. What You Missed
    Lillie’s Q, James Beard and Katherine McKenna: Matches Made in Culinary HeavenCharlie McKenna and Lillie’s Q headed East to the James Beard House, but will be back for a charity dinner in Chicago on August 21.
  39. Openings
    Nesh Grill, Yet Another Med Loop Spot, Opens TodayNesh Grill in the Loop officially opens its doors today.
  40. Slideshow
    A Look Back at the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival 2012The city’s best chefs united with national names on a hot weekend filled with eating and drinking.
  41. Name Changes
    Will Gilson’s Bridgestreet Will Become Puritan & Co., But No Hard FeelingsSo many “bridges” in Cambridge!
  42. Openings
    First Look at Lolinda, Opening Tonight in the Former MedjoolSee a slideshow first glimpse of the new Argentinian-inspired steakhouse from the owner of Beretta and Starbelly, taking over the former Medjool.
  43. Real Estate
    Ubuntu Space Officially on the MarketIt definitely won’t be reopening then.
  44. Crime Scenes
    Cops Arrest ‘Tastes Like Hate’ Chick-fil-A Graffiti GuyThey can take away his freedom, but they’ll never take away his promotion boost.
  45. The Hounds and The Fox
    Jeremy Fox Dreams of Kosher PigAfter a rumor of a new restaurant sparks on Pinterest, the chef says it’s just a plan on paper for now.
  46. Grub Guide
    Fourteen Sharp Spots to Find Food-on-a-Stick in Los AngelesIn L.A., your options include frozen beer, cupcake, lamb offal, chicken skin, and even pig’s blood set on a skewer.
  47. The Chain Gang
    Soon, You’ll Be Able to Say ‘I Do’ at Denny’sThen head up to your hotel room for a Grand Slam.
  48. Nightlife
    Historic Sweet’s Ballroom in Oakland to Become the TropicanaOne of the owners used to own Studio 47 in San Jose.
  49. Previews
    Et Al, the New Wine Bar From Biondivino, Opening in Late August on Polk Street
  50. Openings
    ROFL Cafe Now Open on Melrose, With Menu by Govind ArmstrongThe optimistic place goes heavy on the touchy-feely stuff on its menus, walls, and plates.
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