The new selection of cocktails includes classics, and all new originals.
There's no closing on the horizon, and the restaurant is now officially Sophia's.
Hayes Valley: Noir, in the former Frjtz space at 581 Hayes, still has no firm opening date, but things are coming along, and Tablehopper scored a menu. [Tablehopper] Noe Valley: Here's a video about Elizabeth Street Brewery, which remains a...
The menu is New American, with a few twists.
The full liquor license has not yet come through yet, though, so the hard-liquor drinks aren't available.
The foie and bacon combo is just one several decadent dishes that will highlight Amada's pig happy hour.
We've got the menu already.
The offerings come from a global mash-up of progressive, natural wine-makers.
We've got the menu, too.
The bartender and chef have a most curious menu that begins on breakfast and ends on bone marrow, with mug wort, beer air, and fresh grass as ingredients.
It appears the chef is trading places with Jeremy Fox.
It's a special menu for just this weekend featuring nine varieties of height-of-the-seaon citrus.
The chef worked for years at Le Papillon in San Jose, but he's using his Sri Lankan heritage for influences here.
Following their weekend of test dinners, The Forge (66 Franklin Street, Oakland) began serving pizza to the general public as of last night. See our slideshow, and the menu's here. And we can attest, the pizza is damn fine. [Facebook]...
After a two-month hiatus and a move down to SoMa, chef Joshua Skenes and partner Mark Bright bring Saison back to life in high style.
Restaurant Weak: More Than Half of the Dining Out Promotion’s Participants Are Serving Chicken and Salmon
Surprisingly, not that many restaurants have pork belly on for Restaurant Week.
If you’re really craving nachos, eggs, and bacon at midnight, we’re just impressed you got off the couch.
Palihouse Chef Jonathan Peters Teaming Up With Short Order's Christian Page For Hunter's Weekly Pop-Up
The two chefs are exploring high-end breakfast foods at Eat.Drink.Americano.