Jew was the opening chef in August 2010.
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Also, a profile of Brandon Jew from Bar Agricole.
The historic Telephone and Telegraph Building, later owned by AT&T, will have both Aziza and Whiteside Company on the ground floor.
Bar Agricole is rumored to be one of two restaurant tenants.
Also, they get really drunk and then start cooking at Bar Agricole sometime after midnight.
That's 11th and Harrison, folks.
It features ten local bars among the country's top 100.
Also, AQ gets nominated for Best New Restaurant.
Also, Beretta and Bar Agricole get "long-listed" in the bar category.
Bar Agricole? That seems kinda crowded/cold for a V-Day treat, in our opinion.
Mr. Bauer now has a new gig doing a regular broadcast on KGO 810 AM, and the first one is live on the internet. In it he talks about his love for a good stiff drink after a dismal review...
Line cooks don't get a lot of press. Actually they get pretty much none. But they do a lot of hard work! Some of them are probably just as talented as the chefs they work for, even! The Bold Italic...
One of them opened over a decade ago!
The first in series! Just like the Food Chain, only with booze!
The city's chief economist confirms what '7x7' earlier hinted at.
Mr. Bauer is disturbed by the rise of the $13 drink.
Reidinger Claims Firsties on Criolla Kitchen; Kauffman Takes a Pie Tour; Bauer’s Loving All the Pickles Everywhere
Well, it's not often that Paul Reidinger gets first dibs on reviewing a place, so we should give him some credit this week. The Guardian scribe hits up Criolla Kitchen in the Castro (formerly known as Bagdad Café), and comes...