Jake's is still set to take over 2223 in the Castro as of January.
He and his developer-partner will be taking over the Crescent Hotel on Stockton Street.
If nothing else, we will miss Paul's flirtations with handsome young servers.
Pamela Mazzola, executive chef at Boulevard for twenty years and in the kitchen at Prospect since it opened, will take over.
The sandwich shop is still due in October, but there will be no name-change.
The developer of MarketHall cites a bad economic and political climate.
SFoodie editor John Birdsall, who left the East Bay Express in 2007 to join the staff at SF Weekly, will be returning across the Bay to become the full time food critic there. He'll be doing a weekly column, and...
The big announcement, as expected, is about Edible Schoolyards.
They'll reopen promptly on April 4 at 5:30 p.m.
Bottega'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.
Chef-Owner Mourad Lahlou inked a deal to take the 500 Jackson space.
The project centers around a cookbook, which will be published by Phaidon.
Despite an earlier announcement about great lady gastronomes Ruth Reichl and Alice Waters co-hosting this weekend's Good Food Awards, it seems Ruth had to bow out, and Alice will be going solo up on the stage. Sadface. [Grub Street]...
Our best wishes go out to Zaré at Flytrap chef Hoss Zaré who is "doing fine" after suffering a heart attack yesterday. Don't scare us like that, Hoss. [Facebook via SFist]...
The only American-born chef with multiple Michelin three-star ratings has deigned to let his name be on some letterhead.
You've got a substitute today! Nick Elliott, formerly of Thrillist SF, will take the helm of Grub Street SF today and perhaps another day in the near future. Jay needs a little break, but this doesn't mean you can get...
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