"The trend is for opening smaller neighborhood-focused restaurants, and the trend is a way from the palaces," says Kevin Westlye, executive director of Golden Gate Restaurant Association.
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OK, it's official: Inflation has come to the deepest corners of the Tenderloin as Saigon Sandwiches raises banh mi prices by a quarter. This means that many a T-loin resident will be a quarter short at the laundromat for several...
Gabi Moskowitz teaches NBC correspondent George Kiriyama how to live richly on a Mission pauper's budget.
Luxury brands and small producers saw are seeing zero or negative growth due to their price point.
Despite popular lore, 2009 was a year that saw twice as many openings as closings on the SF restaurant scene.
With prix fixe offerings this NYE averaging about $75 a person, there are still some recession-friendly deals out there for $50 or less.
Lunch and dinner going for 50 percent off on Wednesdays this month.
The street taco vendor takes over the restaurant, with two-for-one tacos during happy hour.
• You should tip 20 percent for full service or dim sum, but 10 percent at buffets and counter-order places. [Between Meals/SF Gate] • Live food markets can serve as a portal for exotic or invasive species. [CoCo Times] •...
Holiday falls out of season, but that doesn't matter in the Bay Area.
• Oakland's Kingfish bar will reopen Saturday after a derailed condo project failed to demolish it. [SF Chronicle] • Turns out all these recession specials are doing their job and bringing customers in. [SF Examiner] • The Mission's Kika's Treats...
Yoshi's deal seems great but has been criticized. Please tell us what you thought of it.