Updates on Daniel Patterson's Haven and Plum Bar.
See the Coi chef working in his home kitchen.
They're aiming for mid-November, and the place still doesn't have a name.
They'll now be open Wednesday through Saturday.
Not to be outdone by Alan Richman, Bruce Palling takes an S.F. refresher tour.
The tiny Jackson Place Cafe on Battery and Jackson will start serving Porky's porchetta sandwiches starting today.
See our slideshow of the special dinner co-cheffed by Daniel Patterson and two of England's hottest chefs.
Patterson pens a piece for 'Food & Wine' about Peru.
Claude Bosi and Sat Bains will be cooking along with Patterson June 17.
The Coi chef makes a foray into street food, with a cart parked outside Plum.
• The SF Food Adventure Club, founded in 2009 by Beth Pickens, recently had their most controversial adventure to date involving a fresh human placenta. If Patterson can do it, why shouldn't they? [Chron] • An interview with Daniel Patterson...
Beard Award nominees for Best Chef in the Pacific region Christopher Kostow and Daniel Patterson submitted to a Bon App questionnaire in advance of their appearances at the ceremony in NYC this evening. We're amused most of all to learn...
The Jack London restaurant, two years in the works, won't be called Bracina, but will finally open this fall.
Bottega's added a new private dining area and a new pasta kitchen; Coi is expanding their dining room and doing away with the lounge menu.
Also, Kauffman says Deanie Hickox's new desserts at Plum are "spectacles in themselves."
Puts a whole new spin on the phrase "family meal."
Why the Chron still holds stories before publishing them online is beyond us.
He calls the meaty dishes, however, "marginally less satisfying" than the vegetable ones.
"When I opened Coi in 2006, the combination of haute cuisine and a casual, neighborhood feeling was something new, and to be honest it took us a while to get it right. Since then it seems like the elements ...