Take a tour through several renowned tourist traps with blogger Beth Spotswood.
A Russian River bar is shilling some hilariously gross things.
"His tweets read like a 12-year-old girl is writing them!"
Food Network Humor has a funny item up today: an application for prospective celebrity guest judges on Iron Chef America (Tiki Barber, anyone?) with questions like "Do you know what food is? (Totally cool if you don't.)" and "Are you...
It's been a long time since we've seen the word "wok" used for a goofy pun (remember Wok with Yan?), especially in the name of a restaurant. So imagine our delight when we see that a Chinese joint in Stockton...
These pants have three button settings: Piglet, Sow, and Boar.
Can't make it to Tales of the Cocktail? drinkboston has some coping strategies.
"This place is the Mel Gibson of restaurants: emotionally abusive and handsome 15 years ago."
"Am I out of line here? Servers that [sic] gawk @ other attractive patrons while taking my order agitate me. I may be ugly, but I USUALLY tip well." Our anonymous, cheeky local Michelin inspector, tweeting about his experience...
The left arm of Lefty O'Doul's stand-in spent three years roaming the Midwest, and there are photos to prove it.
"Every time she comes to the restaurant, I'm scared. I'm like, where is this asparagus coming from?"
Call us defensive, but the fig flap won't die, and S.F. chefs are still making ironic references to it on their menus.
Ruth Bourdain offers up a cocktail recipe for what we hope will be an ongoing series.
Bauer's commenter pool is, as usual, cranky.
Chefs from Kauffmann Stadium and Fenway Park took top honors at the culinary tournament.
The celebrated chef is not above a little public humiliation for a good cause.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., like much of the tourist-gouging mall fare at Pier 39, is as foreign a place to most locals as Fremont or Northern Iraq. Enter brave SFGate blogger Beth Spotswood, who finds actual boxes of chocolates and...