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• Jonathan Kauffman braves the Chinese Buddhist vegan cuisine at Enjoy Vegetarian's downtown location, which contains no garlic or onions, and guess what? He kinda hates it. He tries to be kind about a few dishes like the soy...
Lower Haight: Roland's Bagels, which is opening a second location with an attached bistro in Hayes Valley, appears to have closed their original Haight location due to a lease dispute with the landlord. The two parties are hoping to reconcile...
Bauer Loves the Gamey Goat Soup at Gather; Kauffman Likes the Beer Better Than the Pizza at Delarosa
• Michael Bauer, who we've newly discovered is a big goat fan, dotes on the goat soup, the goat belly pizza, the vegan charcuterie platter, and the deep-fried cardoons at Gather in Berkeley. [Chron]...
Bauer elevates Meadowood to four stars; Kauffman gives fresh praise to Commis; Reidinger kinda likes Tuba.
SFoodie and the Adobo Hobo wade through the wordplay for your amusement.
Our compatriot in the SF food blogosphere, Paolo Lucchesi (who also once served as MenuPages editor), announced today that he's moving on from his post at Eater as of the end of February. Local twitterers including SF Weekly critic Jonathan...
Reidinger Likes Everything But the Name at Baker & Banker; Kauffman Writes in Praise of Formosa’s Pork Belly
• Paul Reidinger uncharacteristically follows the drum beat to Baker & Banker, loving everything he ate there but having a little too much fun riffing on the name. To wit: "Your patronage might expect a building with fluted marble columns...
The SF Weekly critic takes on Sietsema's Henny Penny attitude toward web-based criticism.
Kauffman digs Nicaraguan food; Reidinger is overwhelmed by the portions of Czech food.
• Delfina is closed for the week in order to get a facelift. [SFoodie] • 7x7 releases its 2010 Big Eat SF, a list of "100 things to try before you die" which just got 40 item longer if you...
Kauffman loves Baker & Banker; Reidinger praises the restraint of The Richmond; Bauer kind of hates Delarosa.
Kauffman digs the disconnect between the decor and the food at Bruno's; Bauer renews Rivoli's three stars; Unterman devours her quail and farro at the reopened SPQR.
Jonathan Kauffman lands back in town, and immediately canvasses the Bay for his favorite remembered dishes.
Major wine bar to open sooner than expected; Kauffman enters the picture; free beer at Gracias Madre; Jamie Oliver gets an apprentice to confess to a huge crime.
New SF Weekly critic Jonathan Kauffman plans to explore the Bay Area's lesser-known gems.
New critic founded Village Voice Media's first food blog in Seattle.