Michael Bauer pays a visit to Twenty Five Lusk, and begins as anyone would, really talking about the design by architects Cass Calder Smith: "if Bix channels all that was good in the 20th century, this restaurant does...
And one more chef shuffle to add to the end-of-year shuffle-fest: Pastry chef extraordinaire Bill Corbett is leaving Coi/Plum to take Luis Villavelazquez's place at Absinthe. Filling Corbett's shoes at Coi will be Deanie Hickox, who's been working there since...
The spirit — developed by a pair of NYC entrepreneurs — will relaunch next month.
Bauer gives new chef Adam Keough the three stars Jamie Lauren never got.
Scallops flambéed in absinthe? How can you go wrong?
Justin Simoneaux recently left the Moss Room to open his own place, and it turns out that place is the new Absinthe off-shoot, Boxing Room, in the former Citizen Cake spot at Gough and Grove. As the Scoop further reports,...
Also, the new chef starts at Absinthe tonight.
A Michael Mina restaurant vet, Adam Keough, takes over August 17.
A one night stand in L.A. may have lead to a baby for a soccer superstar, while Baltic divers unearth 200 year-old bubbly.
Environmental Changes Threaten Wildlife and Businesses on Barnegat Bay; Landmark Suburban Diner, Vale-Rio, Is For Sale on eBay
Plus olive oil prices are up 20 percent from last year, and divers uncover the world's oldest drinkable champagne.
The former Top Chef-testant is looking forward to the change.
See the menu at this new monthly cocktail party.
Saturday night is your last chance to taste Jamie Lauren's food at Absinthe before the onetime Top Chef finalist takes off for L.A. She's still not saying if she's got any jobs lined up down there... [Tablehopper, Earlier]...
The Absinthe folks appear to have chosen a name for their casual cousin in the Citizen Cake space: Boxing Room. Update: Grub Street has learned via the team's publicist, Brigid Finley, that the name derives from the building's history. "In...
One of SF's youngest celebrity chefs is taking off for Hollywood.
Absinthe's owners are among several restaurateurs eying the prime location at Gough and Grove.
The Food Network renews a popular cooking show and two political heavyweights look at the nation's growing waistlines.
Plus: your disgusting fridge, all in our morning news roundups.
Watch a video interview and kitchen tour with Absinthe chef Jamie Lauren.