We've got some tips for places with and without reservations, but in a few cases the news still isn't that great.
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Matt Molina of L.A.'s Osteria Mozza took home the Best Chef: Pacific prize.
She plans to change up the menu a little more frequently.
The San Mateo–based company doesn't make a lot of sense to us, and the restaurants they're selling coupons for have never heard of them.
Also, Tatum O'Neal was at Boulevard.
The one-time 'Chron' Rising Star died at 32 on September 11th.
Jude dined at Boulevard, Farallon, and had a drink at Rickhouse.
See detailed scorecards for 18 restaurants as to how sustainable the fish they serve really is.
In a trend piece in the Journal today about San Francisco's restaurant scene, we learn that several newish restaurants around town are "courting diners with less expensive dishes and comfort food, a way of reminding people of easier times." The...
Since 2005, Gary Danko has been #1 in the eyes of Zagat readers.
Check out our slideshow of the new restaurant at 300 Spear Street from the folks who brought you Boulevard.
Partners Nancy Oakes, Pamela Mazzola, and Kathy King, as well as executive chef Ravi Kapur, discuss their history, and their vision for Prospect.
San Francisco got beat out L.A. in the Best Chef: Pacific category with three out of the five finalists, and Boulevard lands in the Outstanding Restaurant category.
More in-demand restaurants in SF are asking for $50 to $100 per person as a deposit on every reservation.
We've canvassed five local chefs for their plans this year and their horror stories from the past.
Farmers' market cocktail night serves fruit and booze food groups.