The restaurant attached to the Burritt Room will get some lighter fare.
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See our photos from the 2013 pork and Pinot fest.
It's $55 per person.
Also, David Bazirgan, John Paul Carmona, and Evan Rich will be guesting down the street that weekend at Spoonbar for a Swine & Wine dinner.
See the opening menu for Charlie Palmer's first S.F. restaurant.
Palmer and City Core developers are looking at 'a few more hotels' in S.F.
The new tavern from team Palmer takes its name from the bar, and the alley that used to serve as the hotel's entrance.
You have a week to put your name in the hat for hotel-stay packages.
Get tickets while their hot!
He and his developer-partner will be taking over the Crescent Hotel on Stockton Street.
It's still at the rumor stage, but there's a very clear liquor license app going in.
The event is now the hottest ticket since Prince was in town.
The lottery ends just before midnight January 12, and will still cost you two grand.
Bauer has not much nice to say about Dustin Valette's execution at Palmer's Dry Creek Kitchen; Amanda Gold says not so much about Green Chile Kitchen except that it's bigger.
Our favorite dish of this very porky weekend was one of the subtlest: a Jerusalem artichoke soup from Tyler Florence, garnished with lardons.
"I just love it too much, you know? If I had a place [in SF] I'd be working, and then it wouldn't be any fun anymore."
The elusive Mr. Fox makes his first public appearance since leaving his post at Ubuntu.
For the very popular pork-fest this year, two very adorable pigs are being raised close to home.