We had previously neglected to highlight the opening of the Nespresso Boutique and Café that opened at 90 Grant Street, thinking it was just a glorified retail shop for the coffee machines. But critic Jesse Hirsch finds that despite an...
Also, heavy hitters like The Alembic didn't get snubbed, like they did when the Chron made one of these lists.
She's impressed with a few things, but says chef Manny Torres Gimenez is a bit overly ambitious with this ten-course tasting menu.
It's next door to The Tempest bar on Natoma.
Weekly critic Anna Roth does a roundup of FiDi lunch options, which are certainly better now than they were even five years ago. She loves, as many do, the bun rieu at Soup Junkie, a Vietnamese crab and tomato soup...
Miller enjoys drinks and dishes at Comstock Saloon, Brasserie S&P, and Chambers.
It's the latest Healdsburg restaurant from the Stark Group, which owns Willi's Wine Bar.
It's the only Bay Area selection of his dozen Outstanding New Restaurants for 2013.
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Boot & Shoe renews its three stars.
The S.F. branch won't come until 2014.
Hirsch says the menu at Gung Ho has 'no real stinkers.'
He gives them two and a half stars, but it should have been at least three.
Trick Dog, Roth says, could have been a parody of itself, but 'the conceit works because the cocktails do.'
Under Jerome Waag and Cal Paternell, Chez Panisse is in good hands, says Patty.
He ups them to three stars.
Miller also loves the pulled goat at Southpaw, as we did.
Arabian Nights has surprisingly good Lebanese food, in a space on Mission next to a smoke shop.