His first national TV exposure, and the douche with the microphone calls his restaurant "Maplewood."
Mr. Toast creator Dan Goodsell is bringing one of his cuddly breakfast pals to The Dark Side.
Grub Street sits down with the famed maitre d' to discuss the lessons learned during his 40-year career in the restaurant industry.
A recent gallery event featured food and wine paired with art.
A group of 200 dancers did 'Good Mornin'' from 'Singin' in the Rain' at the market two Sundays ago.
The former mayor swills Cosmos and celebrates the SATC gals with friends at Lark Creek Steak.
A strange phenomenon (or miracle?) surfaces at a San Francisco McDonald's.
"I feel like food journalism is just like US Weekly sometimes." Liberty Huang, a.k.a. @CousinCoug and co-founder of Boobs4Food. [via @LineCook]...
Behold the Outback Bareback Steakwich and several other fictional, bread-free sandwiches that the Weekly's Photoshop Department came up with, inspired by the thoroughly blechtacular KFC Double Down. [SF Weekly]...
You may have become such a food smarty pants that no one will ever want to cook for you again.
And other ridiculous Sex and the City food and drink suggestions from the Globe.
What are your biggest restaurant website bugaboos?
The Oakland pizza chef wants to make love to you, through pizza.
CBS 5's Mike Sugerman finds out that the "herbs aren't just on the shelf" anymore in commercial kitchens.
Middle class wine buyers in China tend to want $1000+ trophy bottles.
The afore-blogged-about Hayes Valley restaurant that should take the prize in the Most Unimaginative Name contest this year, Ristorante Allegro, just got its liquor license and looks like it's nearing an opening in the former Breezy's space (409 Gough). This...
The manager and chef vent their frustrations about special requests.