The Prince of Porc prize at yesterday's S.F. edition of Cochon 555 went to newly hired RN74 chef Adam Sobel, whose team spent the last week working fourteen-hour days to craft his special pork creations in addition to running the...
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Sobel most recently worked at Bourbon Steak in D.C.
Also, one at 1300 on Fillmore.
Also, see a photo of Julia with Traci Des Jardins from the late nineties, or thereabouts.
Also check out the grilled Spanish octopus.
From Coi to RN74, everyone's using flowers these days as more than just garnish.
Also, both Zero Zero and Picco get cut.
Also, the A16 and RN74 chefs are trading kitchens for April Fool's Day.
Also she admits to there being one legitimate use of Velveeta in the world, and it's in that burrito.
All told: two and a half stars.
Mr. Bauer is disturbed by the rise of the $13 drink.
One of the nation's leading barmen joins Michael Mina's crew... and other booze news.
The sommelier submits to the SF Diet.
Our guide to some very French fetes around town tonight.
The international travel mag blesses NYC and S.F. restaurants in a new listicle, but ignores all other American cities.
It turns out the Olympic figure skater turned Food Network star is a big fan of Tommaso's, La Folie, and RN74. JetBlue's new San Francisco blog has the details on the rest of Boitano's haunts, including where he gets his...
A phone message states that Aqua is closed "temporarily," but we suspect a longer closure and complete re-concepting.
Jonathan Kauffman finds that "one noontime hot dog seems to keep a gut humming until dinnertime." While that's never been the case for us (Are we gluttons? Don't answer that.), we're happy he's provided a nice guide to the city's...
Rumor has it Michael Mina at the St. Francis will shutter at month's end.