Even more fro-yo is headed our way.
The popular Downtown sausage-slinger will try to show Spoc's and Broadway Alehouse how it's done.
In some new videos of Le Grand Fooding 2010 in New York, we catch a glimpse of Gylenhaal, and several S.F. chefs discuss the Northern California vs. New York rivalry.
The former home of Bruce Marder's Brass Cap will become the third location of David Lentz and Suzanne Goin's popular seafood restaurant.
There's 'inoteca Williamsburg, plus a French-Mediterranean spot is going in Tribeca.
In addition to Vetri's pub, the North Broad space will include a Stephen Starr restaurant and 98 loft-style apartments.
The new owners of Wulf's Fish Market maintain the status quo.
Expanding to its fifth location, the pizza chain has its roots in Chicago's Miller Pizza Co.
Boston's burger expansion could tip the scales.
Potbelly is franchising, but you'll have to be in a relationship.
The opening could come on Monday, Friday or anywhere in between.
Is the fifteen-ounce Gordito burger too much of a good thing?
Also, chef Paolo Laboa has left the employ of Farina.
Sherman Oaks' favorite Mexican restaurant is growing to its second location.
The chef and his partners have their sites set on a property that's just a few doors down from their Osteria.
Michael Moxley and Jim Coechner make a bold move.
The city's local foods guru plans wood-fired pizza, seasonal salads, and his own line of fruit preserves.
This could be the second of many for the Japanese empire.
Starbucks makes plans to move into an historic Harvard Square location.
The new name and concept for the existing Portola restaurant are not yet decided.