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Grub Street talks with the young chef about reinterpreting Ming Dynasty dishes, and satisfying the increasingly knowledgeable diner.
Remember how we warned you about pine nut mouth? In this new interview with CHOW, Range pastry chef Michelle Polzine talks about a recent bout with the phenomenon, which left her unable to taste her own food for a week....
Grub Street sits down with the famed maitre d' to discuss the lessons learned during his 40-year career in the restaurant industry.
Chef Scott Youkilis talks to Grub Street about his upcoming restaurant, and his most memorable kitchen nightmare.
Corey Lee chats with the Inside Scoop about his new restaurant, opening in the former Hawthorne Lane space later this summer.
Partners Nancy Oakes, Pamela Mazzola, and Kathy King, as well as executive chef Ravi Kapur, discuss their history, and their vision for Prospect.
The notoriously "cerebral" chef talks about his upcoming casual concept in Oakland.
In an interview with YumSugar, New York's Bromberg brothers, owners of the Blue Ribbon restaurant collection, hint that SF is high on their list when it comes to expansion plans. Conveniently, their dad lives in Sea Ranch. [YumSugar]...
TyFlo's Applebee's contract is the reason he was able to start his own restaurant group.
"We fall into this trap of having to have celebrities."
Syhabout partied, and then some, while in New York for the F&W BNC fete.
The extremely busy chef talks to Grub Street about Public House, opening next week, and about possible plans to expand Mijita in New York.
In an interview about Berkeley food, they somehow manage to leave out Alice Waters.
"I just love it too much, you know? If I had a place [in SF] I'd be working, and then it wouldn't be any fun anymore."
The man named by Eater as one of the Bay Area's hottest chefs, is also one of the hottest commodities when it comes to critical acclaim.
The popular foodie e-columnist has a book out, and it'll tell you where to take both your gay uncle or your just-of-age nephew when he's in town.
Heart's owner explains why he eschews stemware and why you should try this cider that tastes a little like manure.
The Rising Star of 2009 talks tripe and speaks out against burgers with arugula.