The old S.F. v. N.Y. rivalry has some new fodder.
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Our rock-star comparisons prompted at least one reader to ask the old question, 'Was Waters ever really a chef?' And who should chime in but Jeremiah Tower.
An obscure law is being used to keep brunch off of sidewalks before noon on Sundays.
Burrell accused Falkner of bad-mouthing her competitors after Burrell was eliminated from 'Next Iron Chef.'
A man generally accustomed to wide berths and VIP treatment gets shafted at Scalinatella in midtown.
"It’s a two-fisted drinking town, a carnivorous meat-eating town, it’s dirty and nasty and wonderful."
Boston's dining scene gives New York (and DC) a "run for its money," says the Globe's food critic.
Namu Gaji is opening at 18th and Dolores, and Izakaya Yuzuki is opening at 18th and Guerrero.
At Dos Toros, a pair of Bay Area–born brothers are showing New Yorkers what a real burrito should taste like.
Bauer's post about why New York chefs don't bring their empires here has spurred some defensiveness.
• Bauer may have thought Alexander's Steakhouse was pricey, but it's only going to get worse as beef prices rise across the board, and restaurateurs, at the moment, are eating the increases so as not to upset people. [SF Biz...
More fodder for the S.F.-NYC rivalry, via a NYT food writer.
Ohh, snap! Two months after getting turned down for an acquisition, Google goes to war.
If the Giants win, a Texas brewer will have to drink a 21st Amendment beer while standing in a Giants jersey in front of the Rangers' stadium.
The visiting team took it, folks. Game, set, match. But things got a bit too crowded to savor the nuances.
Grub Street weighs the competitors at this weekend's coast vs. coast culinary showdown.
A new ranking site puts S.F. twice as high as a "best" place to live as N.Y.
Get early-bird tickets to the big S.F. vs. N.Y. throwdown.
"Honestly, I think it is all silly. We are cooking food, not saving lives. People need to chill out." S.F.-to-N.Y. transplant Nate Appleman regarding the inter-city rivalry and the showdown planned by Le Fooding in September, of which he's...