The French Laundry is now 47th in the world, according to the Pellegrino folks, down from 43.
Here’s the List of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Noma Drops to No. 2; Eleven Madison Park Is No. 5
Spain's El Celler de Can Roca bumped Noma.
He hits fifteen bars in four days.
Seems the site's users like a taste of beef before they get porking.
We offer some suggestions where the lighting is right, it's not a hole in the wall, and you can have two rounds of drinks and dinner for two for under $100.
Where to find oxtail and goji berry soup and Central Vietnamese cuisine attached to a Riverside farm.
If the buzz hasn't already been blown up for Serpico, it is now.
Guns and gumbo don't mix.
Travel + Leisure loves to publish slow-loading slideshows of destination spots, and they've brought us another this week, this time covering the Best Mexican Restaurants in the U.S. The only S.F. entry on the list is La Taqueria (2889 Mission...
SFist does a list of "classics," from Tadich Grill to Delfina.
Also, it looks like Jamie Malone of Sea Change in Minneapolis in there too.
Someone had to do it?
It's a bit North Beach heavy, but not bad.
That would make four years running of no females in the mix.
Racism, fat-shaming, and vegetarian trickery.
Also, heavy hitters like The Alembic didn't get snubbed, like they did when the Chron made one of these lists.
Cassava, in the Outer Richmond, for one.
GQ Names the ‘12 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2013,’ Includes La Vara, Central Kitchen, and Vedge
Richman doesn't care if waiters wear dirty T-shirts.
It's the only Bay Area selection of his dozen Outstanding New Restaurants for 2013.