Specifically, the Aviary.
Amaro is now full-blown trend at multiple big-city restaurants and bars.
If people are willing to eat outside next to the Fulton Market, they might like it here, too!
Plus: a book signing at Sueños, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
The new plan will allow beer distributors and supermarkets to sell wine, but doesn't scrap the state store system.
The manager/barman is Andrew Marks, formerly of Foreign Cinema.
Rebel will remain a boppin scene Thursday to Sunday, and Sneaky's will open Wednesdays too.
The new brunch menu offers a taste of the Big Easy.
And there's a drink inspired by banana bread.
'Per Diem' refers to the Gold Rush, not expense accounts.
Franklin bartenders take the guess work out of ordering drinks.
December 5 is Repeal Day, the anniversary of the joyous day in 1933 when America finally pulled its puritanical head out of its ass and Congress ratified the repeal of Prohibition. Coincidentally, this week also marks the launch of AQ's...
They should have the license shortly.
Bayview: Limon Rotisserie is opening their much anticipated, much delayed second location in the 5800 Third Street complex this Friday, December 2. [Scoop, Earlier] Ferry Building: Prather Ranch, the sustainable meat company beloved by many a Bay Area chef, is...
The new bar at 16th and Harrison just barely got their liquor license.
Scott Beattie and bar manager Michael Lazar are both, suddenly, out.
Check out our slideshow of the newest club at Sixth and Mission.
In honor of the first year, they're serving up food and drink specials all day.