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Perbacco's got a special Seder sipping cocktail menu!
Also, Neetos Cafe is coming to a space downtown.
SF Grill Opening in Beautifull Space in Castro; ForageSF Hosts Wild Kitchen à la Carte Dinner; and More
Castro: SF Grill Castro Almost Famous Panini Sandwiches, SF Grill for short, is moving in to the storefront space at Gold's Gym (2301 Market Street) most recently home to Beautifull! This is the stated website, but it doesn't appear to...
"Why are so many menus exactly the same? People are really taking themselves way too seriously."
Why does Reidinger bother going downtown?
Also, there's some activity at the Tazza d'Amore space in the Castro.
A few Passover seder dinners around the Bay.
See a food porn slideshow from Sunday's benefit dinner.
Perbacco, Spoonbar, and Manresa are all doing citrus-y things.
"Pay [for] somebody's dinner because the reso is late? Do you get [a] free ticket when your flight is delayed?"
More fodder for the S.F.-NYC rivalry, via a NYT food writer.
The best you can do in these parts in the post-pork belly era.
The last in the Chron's 'Behind the Stove' series heads to Perbacco.
Check out our slideshow recap of last weekend's foodievent.
The Perbacco chef beat out the Bi-Rite, Flour + Water, Namu, and Pizzeria Delfina teams.
• Dottie's is about to get busier as the city and several non-profits try to make the Tenderloin more tourist-friendly. [NYT] • A recap of Saturday and Sunday's events at the Pebble Beach Food & Wine fest. Good thing they...
The edgy Jew mag presents its annual, four-course, locavore seder for $55 a head.
With 100 wines by the glass, the wine-centric little sister to Perbacco looks ready for a January opening.
Local Lemons blogger makes a slow food pan pizza, and foodie-ism is named one of the 50 things that changed us in the aughts.