Check out the food menu from chef Carlo Espinas, who previously worked at Camino and Bar Jules.
We showed you the inside, and after soft-opening over the weekend, Rich Higgins' beer-centric Social Kitchen and Brewery (1326 9th Avenue) makes its public debut tonight in the Sunset. Below, we offer you chef Rob Lam's complete food menu ...
The new French bistro replaces seven-month-old French bistro Panam.
The Corner now offers $5.50 small plates from 4 to 6 p.m.
Check out the menu at the eatery at the corner of Hayes and Gough, in the former Essencia space.
In addition to the previously noted Super Duper in the Castro and Morph in the Richmond, also opening tonight is Dunyā (1609 Polk Street), a new Mediterranean venture from the owners of Royal Grounds and chef Remy Bernabe. We showed...
The wine-focused eatery in the former London Wine Bar space is open and serving up a full dinner menu.
The former Charles Nob Hill space is once again seeing life as a food destination.
The edgy Jew mag presents its annual, four-course, locavore seder for $55 a head.
The new beer-and-sausage-centric eatery just opened a few doors off the square on Route 12.
A new place for burgers and steaks in the Outer Mission.
The new, down-home seafood restaurant, geared to locals and fried-fish fans, opens today across the street from Tartine.
The move to upper Fillmore is almost complete, but still two weeks away.
Radius's cafe should be opening by March 11th or 12th, with the full restaurant to follow by early April.
The popular fusion restaurant formerly in the Sunset reopens years after closing, this time in SOMA.
Chef Josh Woodall brings his sustainable American eatery to the neighborhood of Pizzaiolo, Dona Tomas, and Bakesale Betty.
The former South space across from CalTrain comes alive again as a French-inspired bistro.
The new mission vino joint opens six months or so ahead of Arizmendi Bakery, which will be right next door.
You need to sign up to become a member this time, in order to avoid legal issues with being a public event, but the spirit is still the same.
Unlike the Haight Street store, the new Rosamunde offers fries, beans, and Berlin-style sliced knockwurst swimming in curry ketchup.