This week in celebrity sightings.
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The semi-annual event kicks off its January leg on the 15th.
The St. George event actually features more than just gin.
Chef Gordon Drysdale is out.
Also, Mirepoix in Windsor is shuttered for good, and will reopen as a BBQ joint.
Bauer calls the last year "the most exciting" for restaurants "in more than a quarter century," meaning his entire tenure at the Chronicle. Thus a bunch of restaurants had to fall off the list.
"Some time ago I raised questions about the testing that goes on with the so-called little treats that restaurants send out. Please give me the option to say yes or no before you show up with them."
There is quite a bit of chef shuffling at this time of year, and now we have word that Ben Cohn, who stepped into the role of executive chef at Spruce back in August, is stepping out of that roll...
The Bay Area is abuzz with its new three-star promotion.
Spruce's chef de cuisine Ben Cohn will be taking over as exec.
San Francisco's answer to Balthazar is a pretty swank spot.
After a three-year delay, the Spruce team's new Cow Hollow brasserie makes its debut.
Also, Zeitgeist gets bathrooms, and Slow comes to Berkeley.
The new exclusive deal service is giving away a 30% off coupon code for SPQR today.
The Bacchus Group and executive chef Mark Sullivan announced last year that they'd be adding to their empire (which includes Spruce, The Village Pub, and the upcoming Café des Amis) with a second Spruce at the Waldorf-Astoria Dakota Mountain Lodge...
A legion of celebrity chefs descend on the resort town this weekend along with a bunch of wine makers and all those who could afford tickets.
People still love their vodka, but many local bartenders have been trying mightily to make them stop.
Could the venerable seafood restaurant may be nearing its end?