The big Marina brasserie gets upgraded to two and a half stars.
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They now have an all-day menu available between lunch and dinner.
He raises them a half star, to two.
He's not revealing any details yet.
Chef Gordon Drysdale is out.
Tomorrow is Bastille Day, and given the fraternité between France and the little, semi-socialist, food-obsessed bubble that is San Francisco, it's fitting that there are plenty of Bastille Day fêtes around town each year. Below, our list of a few...
Cafe Des Amis and Boboquivari's are among the fancy restaurants in Nancy Pelosi's district that a Republican website says are getting unfair exemptions from 'Obamacare.'
Reidinger doesn't seem to care for Neapolitan pizza, but do we care?
He says the kitchen "hasn't mastered the basics."
The publicist-about-town eats his way to the North Bay and back over the last week.
Former mayor Willie Brown has always been an avid eater and social butterfly, and today he writes of a most "special" meal at Redd in Yountville. He then quickly slips in that he's jetting down to L.A. today for a...
Sunset: Something called Crawfish Station (perhaps a new outpost in the Vietnamese-Cajun thing Kauffman talked about) is moving in to the former Café Gratitude space at 1336 9th Avenue. [Grub Street] Mission: Tartine Bakery (600 Guerrero) is hosting another Afterhours...
Also, he liked his lunch at L'Appart Resto.
San Francisco's answer to Balthazar is a pretty swank spot.
After a three-year delay, the Spruce team's new Cow Hollow brasserie makes its debut.
The new slider-and-beer place on Mission is almost ready, as are Grub and Cafe Des Amis.
The upcoming new restaurant from the Spruce team is about ready for its debut; El Paseo in Mill Valley has hit some snags; a new Indian sweet shop opens in Sunnyvale, and more.
Also, Zeitgeist gets bathrooms, and Slow comes to Berkeley.
Hogs & Rocks still aiming for June; Citizen Cake hits some snags; Laurine Wickett serves up a prix fixe dinner; and more.