It's good at Oliveto in Oakland.
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Mission: Saison is adding white and black truffles to their twelve-course menu through tomorrow, for $248 per person. [Grub Street] Downtown/SoMa: Fifth Floor has their white truffle tasting menu going on now too, with four courses for $150. [Grub Street]...
As proof that Michael Bauer is not in fact recognized at all restaurants in S.F., we offer you his update review of Isa, in which he was greeted with some awful service and where several staff members made a stink...
He no longer feels "hornswoggled" by the prices.
The longtime chef at this Rockridge resto is opening something else in Oakland.
• Fritz Maytag, who just sold Anchor Brewing in the spring, will receive an honor today from the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society for the 100+-year-old brewery's contribution to the city's historic legacy. [Chron] • Oliveto Café is making...
Oliveto owner Bob Klein makes an annual pilgrimage to Italy to go truffle hunting, and this year, as the Scoop reports, he came back with the biggest one he's ever seen: a 604-gram truffle. We estimate that this thing is...
In S.F., N.Y., Philly, and Chicago, goat is being embraced by chefs and diners, at least the slightly adventurous ones.
A creative beet salad impresses a California chef.
Oliveto chef Paul Canales explains the secret of their local squab, which never leaves the menu.
Check out your favorite pastry chefs' favorite indulgences.
Local chefs share their favorite recipes for pumpkin seeds and candy.
An Oliveto intern steps to the restaurant's defense, questioning Michael Bauer's methods.
Our expert shares the hits and misses of this year's staff tasting.
• Michael Bauer is disappointed with Oliveto's performance on his return review. He awards two stars, but compares it to A16 and Flour and Water: "It could be that others have caught up and that Oliveto has slipped." [SF Chronicle]...
As tomato season ramps up, Oliveto chefs taste 'till it hurts.