We all say we want healthier food options, but we just keep on ordering Double Downs!
Restaurants like One Market say it's up to employees to fill out the paperwork and apply for the funds, but they aren't doing it; consequently restaurants keep the cash.
The health department has shut the place down because of a pigeon nest, among other things.
They say 'foie gras is derived from diseased birds,' but is that really true?
It appears that Boogaloos (22nd and Valencia) has been temporarily shuttered by the health department for a vermin infestation. As Uptown Almanac notes, those vermin were most definitely not vegetarian, like their famed biscuits and gravy. [Uptown Almanac]...
Perusing Article 8 of the City health code (as they're wont to do), SFoodie today finds that anyone carrying any sort of venereal disease, including the ones like HPV and herpes that every other person has, isn't allowed to work...
An incubator kitchen and retail space may be on the way.
Erin Carr-Jordan has been swabbing Playlands all over the place, and sending the horrifying results to the CDC.
The "disease transmission" thing was all to do with a broken boiler.
They had already made a bunch of Yelpers sick.
A gene that controls cravings of fattier foods and alcohol appears to be much stronger in Europeans.
Say goodbye to Cairo Nights, at least as a hookah lounge.
We, for one, would argue that Goldfish occupy a semi-healthful gray area.
Will kids order healthier stuff if it's marketed better on kids' menus? This remains to be seen.
He won't say who the culprit was. Let the guessing game begin!
Among those who don't need Food Handler cards come January are hotel restuarant workers and grocery store workers.
Technically, it takes effect Friday, but it's unclear if anyone will enforce it.
Researchers at Yale says that oleuropein, a polyphenol in olive oil, greatly decreases the damage of LdL (bad) cholesterol.
The chapuline tacos are off the menu for now.