'GQ' crowns 25 of the nation's great altars of mixology, but leaves off one of the major figures in the current cocktail renaissance.
More bartenders are building drinks around sherry and vermouth, even though they have full liquor licenses.
The mayor promised a veto, but supporters aren't giving up.
Coming December 1, "a guide to 101 whiskies that enthusiasts really must seek out and try -- love them or hate them -- to complete their whiskey education."
• Chinese collectors' enthusiasm for Bordeaux mean this could be the wine's most expensive year ever. [WSJ] • The Board of Supervisors votes to pass the drunk tax, but predictably they're still one vote shy of overriding Gavin's veto, which...
Will he be stocking Plumpjack wine? Probably not.
Like we said, it's not gonna pass become law. But today Michael Bauer argues that "members of the Board of Supervisors seem intent on killing" San Francisco's bar and restaurant draw with their silly booze tax, which they'll be voting...
"It's always bad when you get a couple and somebody starts crying. I get them water — things they don't have to ask for, so they know somebody is there. Or I'll put the check there discreetly in case they...
After less than a month, Patti U. files the first review of the new cocktail-focused restaurant in SoMa.
The proposed fee on alcoholic beverage sales will almost certainly get Newsom's veto.
A possibly Hawaiian-themed bar is moving in to the popular corner spot in Polk Gulch.
See a video about living dangerously during an egg recall.
• Behold, the Taco Bike, which has a four-compartment custom griddle for cooking different meats without letting them touch. [SFoodie, Earlier] • Remember the 230-year-old champagne they found in July? Now divers in the Baltic recovered a drinkable 200 year...
The bartenders from L.A., S.F., Portland, and Seattle featured in a new cocktail book will take turns guest-bartending over a series of many weeks.
• We noted a few long-delayed Jack London Square restaurant projects, like Bracina, in our fall preview. KTVU discusses what's been taking so long, and how Ellis Partners still wants to make a "splash" with a critical mass of openings....
We had to choose the most deserving candidates.
This year's cocktail extravaganza kicks off with the dedication of a new cocktail community center at 1161 Mission.
Tell us why you deserve to win six tastings (or three glasses) of free beer or wine at this weekend's street food fest across the Bay.
A Russian River bar is shilling some hilariously gross things.