It's set to open in the fall.
The purveyors of creamy, yet dairy-free, excellent sorbet are in trouble.
Today's edition of Tasting Table brings a mini-review of the revived Sketch Ice Cream in Berkeley, in which Jonathan Kauffman raves, "One taste was all it took to declare that the [soft-serve] ice cream is as marvelous as we remember....
They do soft-serve only, but it's not for novelty's sake.
It would be right outside the soft-serve window.
He especially loves the Blue Bottle Vietnamese Coffee flavor at Humphry Slocombe.
The cab service is branching out. Weird, right?
The husband and wife behind the shop took some time off to raise their newborn daughter, who is now three.
It's got three sauces on it made from very expensive vintage dessert wines.
It's the chain's annual birthday promotion, from noon to 8 p.m.
The book is due out April 25.
They're aiming for Saturday, January 21.
Tuesday's fire caused significant water damage in the ice cream shop below, at Fillmore and Haight.
The Cooking Channel is touring the country with its own ice cream truck, with United Tastes of America host Jeffrey Saad on board, and today they're parked at the Ferry Building until 3 p.m. handing out free sorbet. So go...
But the tasting panel does sound a little Philistine when it comes to new-fangled flavors.
Their gay flavors including something called 'Two Tops Don't Make a Bottom.'
Also, the Upper Haight Whole Foods is almost open!