Finally, a bracket I can get behind.
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The church sends groups out on Sundays to Castro area restaurants to dine with fellow parishioners and welcome in new ones.
The event is at The Lookout, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m.
The Jardiniere bar manager tells us about his week in food (and drink).
Among their findings: NY and LA don't yet embrace their tap water, and super-bad-for-you food is all the rage.
On their Innovation Tour 2010, CHOW throws S.F. under the bus after a "fun" trip to L.A.
'CHOW Tour 2010: Innovation' purports to explore the theme of culinary newness, or something, in S.F., L.A., and N.Y.
• Even though it's city law to do so, many San Francisco fast food restaurants (namely Burger King and Subway) don't compost their food scraps. [SF Examiner] • Russian River-area winemakers are getting ready to square off with the state...
Food trends come alive in annual lists.
The New York Public Library has a menu collection going back to the nineteenth century.
Will big media ownership make any difference to a food site whose heyday is long gone?