Amanda Gold calls the conversational writing style 'simultaneously self-deprecating and slightly smug.'
Happening soon at Sugarlump on 24th Street.
It's kind of like a case study in what happens when a true, down-and-dirty, old-school dive bar staunchly retains its character and a good number of its original, elderly, early-morning-boozing regulars while wide-eyed hipsters and foodies make a...
Kettle Whistle: a revolving afternoon tea service from William Werner, Lawrence Lai and Ann Lee.
The new pop-up at the Summit's bar on Sundays by chef Eddie Lau is pretty inventive and good so far.
It's one of the last places you can still get a drink at 6 a.m. in this town.
The name is still TBA, but the guy from Don Pisto's is launching it in late July.
The former Poleng Lounge chef is
The pop-up phenomenon isn't confined to this side of the Bay, and Berkeleyside today rounds up a few nonstaurant-esque events happening in the East Bay next week. There's a Jamaican pop-up called Kingston 11, Suzanne Drexhage is doing seasonal suppers...
Last year's winner of Best Chef: Pacific makes a rare, four-day appearance in a New York kitchen.
Kauffman Ponders the Evolution of the Pop-Up at EAT and Vinyl; Reidinger Finds Beautifull ‘Wonderful’
This week our buddy Jonathan Kauffman decides to pair up two pop-ups that have taken root in two neighborhoods, in this 2.0 or 2.5 wave of the phenomenon. First there's Vinyl up on Divis, opened by Saison wine guy Mark...
The pop-up lunch place is now doing dinner!
Brunch Drunk Love will be open for weekend brunch only.
Rice Paper Scissors reappears, somewhere, on Thursday, March 31.
Also, Jovino shuttered and became Joe's American in Cow Hollow.
Follow them on Twitter for future sightings.
This will be a lunchtime, weekday thing inside the Garage Cafe on 11th.
They hung a string out their window with a sign saying $1 for a fresh cookie, someone took a picture, and thus an internet success story was born.
See the full lineup for February, and presumably March.