A new book explores the cocktail scenes of L.A., San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver.
The Chron profiles the young salumi genius.
The chef-partner tells us about the new SoMa restaurant, opening Saturday.
Michael Chiarello discusses a few envelope-pushing places that are on his restaurant radar right now, and given his homey Italian aesthetic, they may surprise you. As he writes on the Scoop, he was on the edge of his seat the...
Mina made his name at Aqua in the late 90s, and now, having bought the place, he returns triumphantly with the new Restaurant Michael Mina on October 19.
"Now we can serve reindeer balls or beaver snout if we want to and they will try it."
A few places to hit up in the 'Loin.
7x7 and Berkeleyside Check in with Gayle Pirie, John Clark, and Michael Wild
Built on the premise that they could make everything they needed for a feast in the backyard of the magazine, Sunset Mag has taken locavorism very seriously.
Gail Simmons Confesses Her Crush on Hubert Keller, Admits She Had to Jog a Lot More During Top Chef: Just Desserts
The newly minted host talks about the crazy calories she consumed, and how being host and judge is a lot more work.
A chef-testant from 'Top Chef: Just Desserts,' premiering September 15, discusses the show and how to stay thin on butter and sugar alone.
The former executive director of Slow Food Nation wants to preach sustainability, but through fun, county-fair-like events like her festival this weekend in Oakland.
The husband and wife chef team will have a new member of the family by year's end.
How to Break Down a Cow Inside a Truck and Other Things Laurent Katgely Learned Shooting The Great Food Truck Race
The Frenchman behind Spencer on the Go talks about his recent reality TV experience, airing on August 15 and Sundays thereafter.
BlackBoardEats’ Maggie Nemser Wants to Make Every Night Like New Year’s Eve, If a Restaurant Can Handle It
The founder of the discount service says L.A. people are more apt to rush out for deals.
The outspoken French chef talks about her upcoming Iron Chef battle with Michael Symon.
The husband and wife team behind Delfina talks date nights, being workaholics.
The A16/SPQR owner and wine director talks to Grub Street about Italian wines.
Back in Rubicon days, Traci Des Jardins knew how to be a boss with no mercy.
"Our cooking is slightly deconstructed and we do have some molecular gastronomy going on, but it’s not Frankenstein food. We do every thing we do for taste, not just for show."