He's a little displeased, and "confused."
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Chez Panisse is on there too.
They're aiming now for mid-August.
Opening date is still TBA.
Concert-goers at Coachella, at least those with some sort of VIP access, are being treated to some nice SF-style cocktails from Beretta's Ryan Fitzgerald and former Rickhouse guy Erick Castro this weekend. See the menu here, which is sponsored by...
The concept and timing are still a bit up in the air.
Also, Beretta and Bar Agricole get "long-listed" in the bar category.
Will the folks at Beretta be taking over the Medjool spot?
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...
The first in series! Just like the Food Chain, only with booze!
Also, Joshuya Brasserie is replacing Joshu-ya Sushi Bar in Berkeley.
A slideshow of 25 of the city's most colorful cocktails.
He didn't really want to take a picture with some random douche on the street.
Bauer calls the last year "the most exciting" for restaurants "in more than a quarter century," meaning his entire tenure at the Chronicle. Thus a bunch of restaurants had to fall off the list.
One will be in downtown S.F. by summer, the other will be in Mill Valley.
The food and drink concern unleashes a compendium of notable cocktails in New York, S.F., and Chicago.
Patricia Unterman swings through the almost-year-old Starbelly in her latest review, and notes that chef Adam Timney's "quirky California eclecticism" and the staff's "inclusive esprit de corps" make the place stand out from its more Italian sister restos Beretta and...
Adriano Paganini and his partner Deborah Blum are reviving the former Castro Pasta Pomodoro within weeks.
Where to taste the best Bay Area brews on the cheap (and not-so-cheap).
Owner Adriano Paganini sells off his mini-chain.