This should be interesting.
Also, you can get on the wait list for LihoLiho Yacht Club's Sunday pop-up.
It's a trio of upcoming event dinners.
They'll reopen December 27, after some light repainting and such.
It's all happening at the Presidio Observation Post.
It's the first time we've gotten one on the phone, and it's pretty interesting.
Carrots: They're kind of a trendy new first course. We had a pretty fantastic dish of heirloom carrots at Outerlands early this year, and similar dishes in a few other spots around town, and last week had the pleasure of...
See our slideshow from Saturday's music and food fest at Public Works.
Writer Ian S. Port argues that festivals like Noisette point to a larger trend of less edgy music, and more expensive foodievents.
It's based on a BBQ and music event they did in New York last summer.
The Tacolicious dinner will feature a whole pig, family-style, turned into Asian- and Mexican-inspired platters.
He must have been hungry for some fine S.F. eats.
We told you earlier this month how this was the first season in a couple decades when San Francisco Bay herring have been available in local restaurants and markets, and now the Chron has an update about a few dishes...
And sets himself apart.
They say they should just be happy to be in the guide.
One of S.F.'s most respected chefs is branching out to the East Coast for the first time.
The restaurant moving into 7th and Mission will feature "affordable fine dining."
Also, they have an 'authentic Mission burrito.'
The 'GQ' critic says the Bay Area is now the region to watch for restaurants of 'ambition and imagination.'
Also, Bar Agricole wins 'Best Fancy Retro-Modern California Cuisine Cocktails,' whatever the hell that means.