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• Michael Mina is considering cloning RN74 in downtown Seattle. [SFoodie] • An obvious answer for making cheap American wines better: we should do more blends. [Gray Market Report] • Everything is wrong with Fillmore Mexican Grill, starting with the...
Some familiar notables of 2009 like Beard nominees Frances, RN74, and Flour + Water are predictable additions; new deletions include Fonda, Kokkari, and Ton Kiang.
San Francisco got beat out L.A. in the Best Chef: Pacific category with three out of the five finalists, and Boulevard lands in the Outstanding Restaurant category.
As his food diary shows, the Chron's stalwart restaurant critic doesn't even eat breakfast at home.
The celebrated and Michelin-starred chef returns to take over the restaurant that made him famous.
Michael Mina's off-shoot is offering special menus for Valentine's Day and Bocuse D'Or, as well as a new lunch menu.
We've canvassed five local chefs for their plans this year and their horror stories from the past.
Michael Mina has no plans to make the burger at RN74 available to folks who don't own condos in Millennium Tower, where the restaurant is.
"Everybody loves fried food but good fried really stands out."
Wherein one chef tells about a dish they recently enjoyed courtesy of another chef, then that chef tells us about a dish they enjoyed from another chef, and so on and so forth.