The ABC will finally allow you to steep some lemon peels in your Stoli.
The afterparty at Public Works will feature a couple of food trucks this year.
The opening confirms what's had the rumor mill humming.
It seems to be stuck in Planning, maybe forever.
The beer garden project from Suppenkuche has faced quite a few delays.
Mr. Bauer is disturbed by the rise of the $13 drink.
Civic Center: The Heart of the City Farmers' Market, a.k.a. the Civic Center farmers' market, celebrates 30 years with a festival tomorrow, Wednesday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. [SFoodie] Mission: 18 Reasons moves from its tiny space on Guerrero...
The habitual hive of drunken suburban youngsters is back in action tonight after taking on runoff from Hurricane Irene.
The fried chicken is reportedly "out of hand."
Senator Mark Leno has finally gotten his bill passed, eradicating that weird Prohibition-era law.
Here's some ideas for getting prepared for the big storm.
This cocktail lounge from the Rocco's Tavern team is a not-that-secret speakeasy where you have to get a password from Twitter to enter every day.
The Beer Garden closes Monday, August 29.
This year, the annual Ferry Building event is a preview happening a few weeks before Cocktail Week kicks off.
Also, Pizzeria/NY Buffalo Wings on Valencia are for sale.
Back in March, original owner Leticia Luna (Leticia's) returned to reopen The Lineup at 7th and Harrison, only to find that that particular on-ramp adjacent 'hood didn't go for her eleven-dollar taco platters. They did away with the food program,...
Also, Make Westing opens tonight in Oakland.
The Percy Street crew will bring smoked meat sandwiches uptown, while Bindi's owners reconceptualize.
The long in the works Brooklyn export is reportedly going to finally open its doors sometime next month.
• A San Jose teenager and his mother are suing the owners of a McDonald's where the teen was stabbed multiple times after a nearby weekly music event, claiming the restaurant failed to have adequate security and that their parking...