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In a SF Diet-esque list, the Godby-Vaheys discuss their faves.
The Dough Room can only be reserved for parties of 10 to 12, with a minimum of $150 per head, without wine.
See the new seasonal menu items cropping up at these three restaurants.
A look at how pig feet took over menus around the country.
This Saturday afternoon, in the shadow of the Ferry Building and the Hyatt at Justin Herman Plaza, San Francisco magazine is hosting their annual FallFest. The outdoorsy, wander-and-graze event features a long list of participating restaurants and wineries, as well...
• Even Steve Jobs cannot get enough of Flour + Water's pizza, and he had to wait for a table like everyone else. [Tablehopper, SFoodie] • Reminder: Taste of the Nation Napa Valley happens tomorrow, and we still haven't given...
The Financial Times is fascinated with how many chefs are picking and growing their own stuff out here.
A few months back we told you about the two new projects from the Flour + Water team (David White, David Steele, and chef Thomas McNaughton) that were slated to be going into a development just a few blocks away...
The international travel mag blesses NYC and S.F. restaurants in a new listicle, but ignores all other American cities.
A new wine bar comes to the Sunset; Charles Phan returns to the Mission, and more...
The annual Best of SF issue is always a pleasurable compendium of praise.
The Flour + Water team plans to open Salumeria and Central Kitchen down the street from their flagship.
Some familiar notables of 2009 like Beard nominees Frances, RN74, and Flour + Water are predictable additions; new deletions include Fonda, Kokkari, and Ton Kiang.
San Francisco got beat out L.A. in the Best Chef: Pacific category with three out of the five finalists, and Boulevard lands in the Outstanding Restaurant category.
A New York Neapolitan pizza heavyweight will reopen in San Francisco come May.
Darsky is not teaming with Farina, but still isn't sure where he'll be opening his own place.
Farina is set to take over the corner of 18th and Valencia, thus dominating the block.
The Tablehopper returns to town after a long Indian vacation and drops news that Flour + Water pizza-maker Jon Darsky has branched out to pursue his own project, a wood-fired pizza joint and daytime sandwich shop in the Mission. [Tablehopper]...