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Allen Matthews, who seems to be mostly on the East Bay beat for the Chron these days, files the paper's first review of eVe in Berkeley, fifteen months into the restaurant's life. He seems mostly impressed with the work of...
Mission: Top Chef Masters hopeful Traci Des Jardins will be guest cheffing at Heirloom Café on Tuesday, March 29, alongside pal and former Jardinière employee turned restaurateur, Matt Straus. Make reservations here. [Grub Street] Also, the Board of Supervisors are...
Look out for the tourists to take up a bunch of reservations at these nine restaurants this summer.
Will big guys like Prospect and Mina upstage the notable upstarts on Bauer's annual top 10?
... such as making a dry punch, or putting on an actual costume and going to a party.
Lalime’s Isn’t as Good as Bauer Remembers; Patti U. Loves the ‘Luscious’ Food and Soft Lighting at Heirloom
Bauer isn't thrilled with 25-year-old Lalime's; Patti loves Heirloom, finds they may have a new chef.
Bauer teases Heirloom with a three-star review, but says the menu's too limited.
Reidinger Disparages the Off-Menu Burger at Heirloom; Kauffman Gets His Beer On; Sens Knocks Lafitte
Reidinger enjoys Heirloom; Kauffman likes the beer better than the food at Public House and Social Kitchen; and Sens doesn't care for Lafitte.
• Oakland's Eat Real Fest will be double the size this year, with 80 vendors, and slightly different. [SFoodie] • A slideshow from the most recent Underground Farmers' Market. [YumSugar] • One thing locals crave most: a decent Jewish deli....
"I love the fact that [S.F.] is so independent that when I was opening, it asked me to testify to the fact that I wasn't a chain. On one hand, it's a lot of bureaucracy and on the other hand,...
We showed you the menu, now see the inside of Matthew Straus's 48-seat Heirloom Café (2500 Folsom Street), which just opened its doors for dinner last night. Also, take a look inside the wine cellar at this very oenofile eatery,...
The oenofile eatery has low-priced food but wines ranging in price well into the hundreds.
L.A. transplant Matthew Straus brings a highly focused wine program to this small Mission Cafe.