Miller enjoys drinks and dishes at Comstock Saloon, Brasserie S&P, and Chambers.
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It all happens November 28.
SF Weekly's pinch-hitting critic Alex Hochman returns this week with a review of Bottle Cap (1707 Powell at Union) a surprising choice given how long the place has been open but sure, we were curious how the place was...
Social Kitchen is partying until 1 a.m. tonight with a new, anniversary-edition, 8.8% ABV beer.
Also, Chris Cosentino has a recipe in there too.
With blue plate specials and happy hour deals from 4 p.m to 7 p.m.
There is indeed such a thing as free lunch. Via Twitter we just learned that Comstock Saloon is going to start doing something called "Free Lunch Fridays" in 2012, and they're actually starting early, handing out a delicious-looking plate of...
The first in series! Just like the Food Chain, only with booze!
As the 'Journal' notes today, mining historical cookbooks is all the rage.
Mr. Bauer is disturbed by the rise of the $13 drink.
But, sadly, Toronado got cut.
All told: 2.5 stars.
Patti seems impressed by the "complex mise-en-place" of Comstock's bar.
Western Addition: Nan Korean Dining Bar, which closed their Japantown location several years back, is relocating across Geary to 1560 Fillmore, the former Taste of Thai Heung Bu Nae space. No word on an opening date. [Grub Street] North Beach:...
Check out our slideshow recap of last weekend's foodievent.
'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.
Patricia loves the food and the vibe at Prospect.
The Jardiniere bar manager tells us about his week in food (and drink).