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  1. collabs
    You’ve Got Just About Two Weeks Left to Try Grub Street’s SaladOur Little Italy Salad won’t be around forever.
  2. announcements
    Introducing New York’s New (Star-Free) Restaurant and Bar RatingsThis week, we roll out a system we think is simpler and more in tune with the way New Yorkers want to eat.
  3. announcements
    The Thousand Best Is New York’s Brand-new Restaurant and Bar FinderA fully searchable, highly subjective directory of the places we want everyone to know about.
  4. announcements
    Grub Street’s New Subscriptions: A Reader’s FAQToday, New York Media launches a new digital subscription. You probably have questions: read on for answers.
  5. announcements
    The Grub Street Food Fest Returns October 1Our annual eating-and-drinking extravaganza is back.
  6. Announcements
    Here’s Everything You’ll Be Able to Eat and Drink at ThisOur annual eating-and-drinking extravaganza returns this weekend.
  7. Events
    The Grub Street Food Festival Returns October 18Get ready for our annual eating extravaganza, featuring Mighty Quinn’s, Roberta’s, Harry & Ida’s, and plenty more.
  8. Announcements
    Follow Grub Street on FacebookLet’s be friends.
  9. Announcements
    A Grub Street AnnouncementThings are going to look a little different around here tomorrow.
  10. Announcements
    18 Reasons Merges With Three Squares to Form New Food-Centric Non-ProfitThey will combine the educational aspects of 18 Reasons with the thrust toward low-income communities of Three Squares.
  11. Coffee Talk
    Reminder: Get Your First La Boulange Croissants, Etc., at Starbucks TodayIt all starts now.
  12. Announcements
    Gio’s to Bow Out By SpringThe 25-year-old Financial District institution has been sold.
  13. Movin' On Up
    Saison to Move to SoMa Spot, Close Original Location November 30 [Updated]And there will be a new cocktail program!
  14. Previews
    Martin Yan’s M.Y. China, Due in Late October, Announces ChefHe’s a world-champion noodle-puller.
  15. Chef Shuffles
    Ron Siegel Departing the Ritz, Gets Named Executive Chef at Michael MinaBig news!
  16. Coffee Talk
    Get Your Breadstuffs at The Mill Cart on Divisadero This WeekBaker will be joining the cart operation at The Mill, which is still under construction but operating out of temporary digs at 736 Divis.
  17. Nonstaurants
    LihoLiho Yacht Club Pops Up at State Bird ProvisionsRavi Kapur will be the chef in residence on July 15 and 22.
  18. The Other Critics
    SF Weekly Has a New Critic: Anna Roth… And we found a picture of her already.
  19. Bookshelf
    Daniel Patterson’s Coi Cookbook Will Not Have GhostwriterIt’ll be published by Phaidon Press next year.
  20. Previews
    French Blue in St. Helena Announces Chef, Opening DateWe don’t totally get the name, but…
  21. Announcements
    Rosa Mexicano, Opening Soon in S.F. and Boston, to Feature Jonathan Waxman asHe’ll be crafting seasonal menus for the national chain.
  22. Nonstaurants
    Juhu Beach Club to Go Permanent in the Mission, But Will Pop Up for Dinner First’Top Chef’ alum Preeti Mistry returns with a weekly dinner pop-up at La Victoria.
  23. Beer Me
    SF Beer Week Kickoff Outgrows Yerba Buena, Moves to Concourse PavilionEarly bird tickets are now on sale.
  24. Previews
    Parallel 37 to Open December 12 at the RitzThe new, tablecloth-free incarnation of the Dining Room at the Ritz has set their date.
  25. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Erik Hopfinger to Take Helm at Jake’s on Market, Coming Next YearJake’s is still set to take over 2223 in the Castro as of January.
  26. Empire Building
    Charlie Palmer Is Opening a ‘Chef-Driven’ Boutique HotelHe and his developer-partner will be taking over the Crescent Hotel on Stockton Street.
  27. The Other Critics
    Paul Reidinger Hangs Up His Hat As Guardian Critic With One Last,If nothing else, we will miss Paul’s flirtations with handsome young servers.
  28. Chef Shuffles
    Prospect Loses Chef Ravi Kapur [Updated]Pamela Mazzola, executive chef at Boulevard for twenty years and in the kitchen at Prospect since it opened, will take over.
  29. Announcements
    Bar Tartine to Remain Bar TartineThe sandwich shop is still due in October, but there will be no name-change.
  30. Announcements
    Sonoma’s MarketHall Project Is Dead; The Barlow Moves Ahead in SebastopolThe developer of MarketHall cites a bad economic and political climate.
  31. The Other Critics
    The East Bay Gets a New-Old Food Critic: John Birdsall
  32. Go Ask Alice
    Alice Waters Heading to Twitter HQ to Pimp Edible SchoolyardThe big announcement, as expected, is about Edible Schoolyards.
  33. Go Ask Alice
    DEVELOPING: Alice Joins TwitterShe has 2,000 followers just 12 or so hours in.
  34. Chef Shuffles
    Crenn Makes Luce Departure OfficialIt’s now finally official.
  35. Temporary Closings
    Flour + Water to Close Temporarily for Spring SprucingThey’ll reopen promptly on April 4 at 5:30 p.m.
  36. Trimmings
    Changes Afoot at Coi and BottegaBottega’s added a new private dining area and a new pasta kitchen; Coi is expanding their dining room and doing away with the lounge menu.
  37. Announcements
    Aziza to Finally Move Somewhere ConvenientChef-Owner Mourad Lahlou inked a deal to take the 500 Jackson space.
  38. Announcements
    Jeremy Fox Launching Big, ‘Multi-Layered’ Side Project, Including aThe project centers around a cookbook, which will be published by Phaidon.
  39. Announcements
    Ruth Won’t Be Making It to the Good Food Awards
  40. Announcements
    Hoss Zaré Suffers Heart Attack
  41. Announcements
    Thomas Keller Joins the Board of the CIAThe only American-born chef with multiple Michelin three-star ratings has deigned to let his name be on some letterhead.
  42. Announcements
    Please Behave
  43. Announcements
    Now Hiring: Grub Street BostonWe’re looking for a new editor to cover the country’s best food scene.
  44. Announcements
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  45. Announcements
    Lori Baker and Jeff Banker Are ExpectingThe husband and wife chef team will have a new member of the family by year’s end.
  46. Announcements
    Confirmed: Michael Mina Becoming Bourbon SteakMichael Mina is abandoning fine dining for the moment, turning his eponymous restaurant into a high-end steakhouse and reopening Michael Mina as a more casual concept.
  47. Announcements
    Like Us, Follow Us, Tell Us Your SecretsPlease join us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. Thanks.
  48. Announcements
    Jeremy Fox Is On Board at PlumThe rock star chef finally takes a full-time gig at Oakland’s upcoming Plum.
  49. Announcements
    Now Hiring: Grub Street PhiladelphiaWe’re looking for a new editor to cover the country’s best food scene.
  50. Announcements
    The Chron Is Set to Expand Into the Food BlogosphereSFGate is about to get a new daily restaurant blog headed by Eater editor Paolo Lucchesi.
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