David Kinch twitters a pic.
Taste artisanal pickles, charcuterie, beer and such on Saturday at the Ferry Building.
The lottery ends just before midnight January 12, and will still cost you two grand.
Suppositori Spelling is hosting, and the party's at Truck.
All they're saying now is "spring."
A slideshow from the final night, at which chef Christopher Kostow retook the helm in his own kitchen.
We still haven't been invited, but it sure looks fun.
See our slideshow from Day 9 of Meadowood's 12 Days of Christmas, featuring Jeremy Fox.
Two Alembic chefs, former and current, reunite for clandestine dining.
The box truck fest featured a bunch of themed "creative spaces," including a mock "fine dining experience."
They opened way the hell back in 1985.
Three places to find some Dungeness goodness.
See some photos, via Facebook, of Morimoto's guest stint on Friday.
Six of the twelve days are sold out, but six still have limited availability.
If you're in the East Bay and in the market for some loose fennel sausage for your turkey stuffing, some Vermont cheddar mac and cheese from Homeroom, or a duo of artisanal cranberry sauces, check out the pop-up general store...
Union Square: There's an Island Style Shake Up cocktail competition tonight at the Burritt Room. [SFoodie] Jackson Square: Sean O'Toole, who just announced he'd be leaving Bardessono in Yountville, is resurfacing as chef/culinary director for Quince and Cotogna. [Scoop] Mission:...
Finalists for the Good Food Awards were announced last week, and among the finalists in the category of charcuterie are Berkeley's Café Rouge (for their smoked beef tongue) and Sonoma's Girl and the Fig (for their coppa and their pimenton...
Fans of French chef Hubert Keller (Fleur de Lys) may want to pop over to Macy's for a photo op tomorrow at 6 p.m., where he'll be doing a demo showing how he pairs food with Waterford Crystal. You'll also...
This Wednesday, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 3359 Cesar Chavez, there'll be a pre-holiday underground mini-market featuring "products to take home as gifts or include in the Thanksgiving feast such as jams, chocolates, cookies and more." We're now...