Featured in the Bay Area section of the Wall Street Journal today we have a little shout-out to The Corner Store and its "playful, 1950s vibe." Also, we learn that that nameless neighborhood where Masonic hits Geary, near USF, actually...
Tsai also like Star Meats in Berkeley.
He's a little displeased, and "confused."
He calls their brisket, 'A revelation!'
She'll now just contribute on a freelance basis.
All told: three stars.
Also, Miller loves the new boozy drinks at the Ice Cream Bar.
She loves it like everyone else.
Also, SPQR falls off, but we think this may be because they're getting a star.
The enormous new Indian spot on Valencia gets a bad, bad review.
They are 'outrageously good,' says Chow.
Luke Tsai and Jonathan Kauffman bring us some highlights.
"Compared to Little Saigon’s grittier lunch spots, Café Asia might seem downright regal," writes Jess Hirsch. "And compared to other museum cafes, the food might seem downright revolutionary." This week he devotes his column to the never discussed cafeteria/café at...
Tra Vigne earns two and a half stars.
He loves Benu, but is "dazed" by Saison.
He's especially impressed with the atmosphere and service.
Angele retains its three stars.
There's also a shout-out to Adam Mali at Brasserie S&P.
Roth is decidedly unimpressed with the pizza off-shoot of Farina.
Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski are in New York right now for the 'Esquire' party.