Grist gets a little too hardcore about being responsible eaters.
She kind of loses it, actually.
Mission Local suggests "avoiding Rainbow like the plague" Tuesday through Thursday through the end of the month.
The proposed fee on alcoholic beverage sales will almost certainly get Newsom's veto.
An increase in prices to $1.49 has homeless customers crying discrimination.
An angry guy in a wheelchair threatens to sue the landlord, forcing an empanada shop to close.
The SF Weekly critic responds to our calling him out.
Walk-in business slowed significantly while the city tore up the sidewalks.
There will always be VIPs who get tables faster than you.
Call us defensive, but the fig flap won't die, and S.F. chefs are still making ironic references to it on their menus.
Bauer's commenter pool is, as usual, cranky.
We are totally against this too, but we totally don't have a problem.
Ike's survives hearing, a new restaurant called Melody comes to the Outer Mission, and more.
Both the best pizza and the best burger, according to SFGate's brilliant polling system, are in Santa Clara County? We don't think so.
We'd recommend that Chef Jackson try not to get so Twitter-defensive.
The Oakland mac-and-cheese restaurant, opening this fall, needs a new name.
Chairman Bao buns by Eddie Huang will go head to head with Chairman Bao's buns at the Eat Real Fest.
Eddie Huang, owner of NYC's Baohaus, is promising at some point in the near future to stage a throwdown with S.F. upstarts, the Chairman Bao truck. They may not be owned by Charlie Trotter, but they have still, in Huang's...
A lawsuit is pending between Philip Roland and Terra Bakery and Cafe.