Subscribe to the Magazine
Give a Gift Subscription
Buy Back Issues
Current Issue Contents
New York Magazine
Displaying all articles tagged:
Preview the Menu at 1760 at an April Dinner With the Acquerello Team
The casual spinoff of Acquerello is due for a spring debut.
Yet Again, No Women Among the
’s Rising Stars
That would make four years running of no females in the mix.
1760, a Casual Spinoff of Acquerello, Coming to Polk Street [Updated]
It’s the pet project of Acquerello progeny Gianpaolo Paterlini.
Acquerello Team Opening a New Spot on Polk; Zinfandel Festival This Weekend
Also, chef shuffle at La Condesa.
Eleven Cozy Bay Area Spots for a Warm, Wintry Meal
See our favorite spots for warming, comforting food that isn’t plain “comfort food.”
Let Them Eat Foie
Foie Gras Update: Judge Denies Temporary Injunction; Acquerello Plays With
A Los Angeles judge was unmoved by several foie producers’ claims of financial harm, but the lawsuit challenging the law will proceed.
A Handy Guide to the Current Prix Fixes at S.F.’s Fanciest Restaurants
What does Quince cost these days, anyway?
The Other Critics
Bauer Says the Food Is Still Strong at Acquerello, If Not the Service
All told, they hold on to their three and a half stars.
The Other Critics
Unterman Says Acquerello ‘Feels Complete Now’; Boer Braves Livermore
The Best Bay Area Pasta Dishes: All the Rest
We couldn’t get all of our picks onto the national list, but here are the rest.
Acquerello, Saison Get Perfect Scores, La Folie Less So in Health Inspection
See how the rest of the Michelin-starred places scored.
Palo Alto’s Shokolaat Finds Its Savory Side
Former Gary Danko and Acquerello staffer Shekoh Moossavi adds some savory dishes to her husband’s patisserie menu.
Acquerello Turns 20
Italian restaurant stays solid two decades into its life.