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James Syhabout

  1. Old Guard
    Here’s a Just Delightful Shot of Jacques PépinThe Frenchman threw signs you didn’t knew he had in him for a photo with chef James Syhabout.
  2. Previews
    Peek at What James Syhabout Has Planned for Box & BellsTwo new pop-up previews are now planned.
  3. Foodievents
    Box & Bells Preview Dinner Tickets Sold Out [Update]
  4. Nonstaurants
    Sneak a Taste of the Food at The Cook & Her Farmer and Box & Bells at Pop-UpsBoth upcoming restaurants are doing preview pop-ups in February.
  5. Foodievents
    Spoonbar Hosts Guest Chefs at This Season’s Forks and Corks SeriesThere are four upcoming dinners, starting this Saturday.
  6. Empire Building
    New Casual Concept From James Syhabout to Be Called Box and Bells, FeaturingHe’s taking over and renovating the former Somerset on College Avenue.
  7. Pre-Previews
    James Syhabout to Open New Casual Restaurant on College AvenueIt’s in the former Somerset space.
  8. Anniversaries
    David Kinch Talks About Manresa’s Tenth Anniversary WeekendHe talks about the five celebratory dinners that just concluded last night.
  9. Anniversaries
    Grab a Seat for Manresa’s Tenth Anniversary DinnersWe now have pricing and reservation details.
  10. L.A. Diet
    Roy Choi Eats Korean BBQ With James Syhabout and Downs a Kush Cookie Before Bed“Every kitchen that I’m at, any kitchen, if there’s something coming off the stove, you can bet my spoon’s coming out of that.”
  11. The Other Critics
    Michael Bauer Adores the Rice and Poached Chicken at Hawker FareAll told, it’s a 2.5 star review.
  12. The Other Critics
    Following on Alan Richman, Bruce Palling Lauds S.F. CuisineNot to be outdone by Alan Richman, Bruce Palling takes an S.F. refresher tour.
  13. Booze You Can Use
    Hawker Fare to Roll Out Beer MenuThey’re no longer BYOB.
  14. Hours of Operation
    Hawker Fare Opens For Dinner ThursdayThe hours will be 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Thursday through Saturday.
  15. Openings
    Step Inside and Check Out the Menu at Hawker Fare, Now Open In OaklandSee our slideshow of the newly opened Asian street food eatery on Webster Street in Oakland.
  16. Previews
    Hawker Fare Opening Tuesday in OaklandJames Syhabout’s Asian street food eatery is finally on deck.
  17. Empire Building
    James Syhabout to Open Asian Street Food Eatery: Hawker FareThe Commis chef and recent F&W Best New Chef is launching a southeast Asian street food restaurant in downtown Oakland.
  18. Mikey Likes It
    Syhabout’s Serving Rocks at CommisThey’re actually parmesan cookies covered in ash.
  19. Slideshow
    The Year That Was: What Seventeen Local Chefs Will Remember About 2010The new guard of chefs around town share their memories from a very eventful year.
  20. Foodievents
    Handicapping Le Grand Fooding’s N.Y. vs. S.F. DeathmatchGrub Street weighs the competitors at this weekend’s coast vs. coast culinary showdown.
  21. User's Guide
    How to Pronounce ‘Syhabout’ and Various Local Chefs’ NamesA new audio pronunciation guide from the Weekly.
  22. Awards
    San Francisco Magazine Welcomes the New Dawn of Not-Just-Farm-to-TableJames Syhabout is named Best Chef and Thomas McNaughton is named Rising Star.
  23. The Other Magazines
    James Syhabout Dish Lands Cover of Food & WineA recipe from Commis is featured on the cover of the newsstand edition of the July ‘Food & Wine.’
  24. Foodievents
    Check Out the Lineup for the Le Fooding Throwdown Between NYC and S.F.The big foodie frenzy returns to Queens this September and this time will stoke the S.F. v. NYC rivalry.
  25. Interviews
    Daniel Patterson: Casual Plum to Have ‘Coi Lineage’The notoriously “cerebral” chef talks about his upcoming casual concept in Oakland.
  26. Interviews
    Syhabout Hangs Out With Appleman and Choi in NYCSyhabout partied, and then some, while in New York for the F&W BNC fete.
  27. Awards
    James Syhabout Believes in Always Being a CommisThe one-time ‘Chron’ Rising Star chef receives his first major national magazine recognition.
  28. Lists
    Five Restaurants That Should Be in the Top 100 But Aren’tIf we were the ones writing this list, there are five or six more newer places that would be knocking off some of the old.
  29. Annotated Dish
    Jeremy Fox Cooks His First Non-Vegetarian Meal in Three YearsThe former Ubuntu exec chef is working on a cookbook, and he’ll be guest cheffing in NYC at the end of the month, and at L.A.’s Animal for a week in May.
  30. The Other Critics
    Bauer Bestows the Big Four Stars on Meadowood; Kauffman Digs CommisBauer elevates Meadowood to four stars; Kauffman gives fresh praise to Commis; Reidinger kinda likes Tuba.
  31. Trends
    Trend Alert: Chef’s Counters With Special Menus Are the Next Big ThingWhether at a counter facing the kitchen or at a traditional chef’s table, more restaurants are featuring special menus for just a small number of diners.
  32. Bright Young Things
    Commis Set to Take Over the East BayWhile not a hit with the Chronicle’s critic, Commis is making waves outside the Bay Area.
  33. Back of the House
    Is Local Talent Really the Future of Local Dining?A local blogger calls out some great up-and-coming chefs in the city, but what about our wave of immigrants?
  34. The Other Critics
    Commis Too Sterile; New Limon a Success