Displaying all articles tagged:


  1. Slideshow
    Slideshow: A Smooth-Flowing Dark Lord Day Greets Metal Beer FansAll praise to Dark Lord Day.
  2. Previews
    First Look at Dante’s Table, Now Open in the CastroIt replaces Dancing Pig, in what was also formerly Nirvana.
  3. Slideshow
    First Look Into Sonny’s Hideaway, Opening Soon in Highland ParkMarea vet Jimmy Everett is offering market accoutrements to sustainable proteins.
  4. Slideshow
    Slideshow: The Finely Crafted Comfort Food at Guildhall in GlencoeThe newest dining destination on the north shore.
  5. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Baconfest 2013 In All Its Wild, Weird, Porky CreativityOur special bacon correspondent was there for both sessions of Baconfest ‘13.
  6. Slideshow
    A Look Into Frida Westwood’s New $20 AYCE Sunday BrunchFresh seafood ceviche, cochinita pibil, and a grill-top taco bar help ease our squeamishness about buffets.
  7. Slideshow
    A Look Into BEP Vietnamese Kitchen, Launching Sunday at Franco on MelroseChef Connie Tran is hoping to broaden L.A.’s concept of the cuisine past pho and banh mi.
  8. Slideshow
    Inside the Timeless World of the Wisconsin Supper ClubWisconsin, the dining land that time forgot.
  9. Grub Guides
    Cocktail Country: Outstanding Drinks From All 50 StatesCocktails are better than ever — and we’ve got 51 recipes to prove it.
  10. Openings
    First Look at Michael Chiarello’s Coqueta, Opening This WeekendThe much anticipated first restaurant in S.F. – and first Spanish restaurant – for the Italian chef has arrived.
  11. Slideshow
    Slideshow: What to Eat at Grace This SpringAs you might guess, Curtis Duffy has a lovely way with artichokes.
  12. Openings
    Step Inside Tribune Tavern, Opening Tonight in Downtown OaklandIt’s the latest project from Chop Bar’s Chris Pastena, in the base of the Tribune Tower.
  13. Previews
    First Look at Seaglass, the New Restaurant at the Exploratorium, Opening NextThe new restaurant from Loretta Keller is part of the $300 million relocation of the museum.
  14. Slideshow
    First Look Into Chez Soi, Opening Tonight in Manhattan BeachMark Gold is changing menus daily, producing beautiful plates of edible flowers and razor-thin vegetables for a South Bay crowd.
  15. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Spiaggia’s Reimagined Classics Pasta Tasting MenuA look at the cheeky, updated versions of classic dishes like “fettuccine alfredo” and “veal parm.”
  16. Slideshow
    Preview the Sensuous Japanese Brasserie Dishes at Shin Thompson’s Kabocha,Go inside Lake Street’s new Japanese brasserie.
  17. Openings
    First Look at Noir Lounge, Now Softly Open in Hayes Valley [Updated]It has a menu from the chef at Per Diem, and some noir-ish touches.
  18. Trimmings
    Check Out the Cool New Lounge and Entry at MeadowoodNo more walking outside to get to the bathrooms!
  19. Slideshow
    See Duran’s Open-Faced European Sandwiches. And Meet Your Own City’s Hidden FoodThe offerings from Chicago’s first authentic European sandwiches cafe.
  20. Smorgasburg
    Meet a Half-Dozen Hopeful New Smorgasburg VendorsBrooklyn’s preeminent alfresco buffet sets up for its third season.
  21. Slideshow
    First Look Into The Space, Food, Drinks, and Menus at Ricardo Zarate’s Paiche,Ricardo Zarate’s third restaurant revels in Japanese influences found in Peruvian cooking and culture.
  22. Foodievents
    Scenes From the Eighth Annual Pigs & Pinot in HealdsburgSee our photos from the 2013 pork and Pinot fest.
  23. Trendlet
    Trendlet: The Forgotten Danish Stages a ComebackOur town’s artisanal bakers have been busy giving the pastry a gourmet upgrade, and the time for a full-fledged renaissance has arrived.
  24. Slideshow
    First Look Into The King Eddy Saloon, Now Reopen in DowntownThe changes are not too glaring, with bigger booths, better booze, and plans to convert a basement speakeasy back into a bar.
  25. Previews
    First Look at 1601 Bar & Kitchen, Opening Shortly in SoMaIt could be softly open by this weekend.
  26. Slideshow
    Slideshow: See Acadia’s New Late Winter Menu… Both Savory and SweetWhat’s new at Acadia.
  27. Slideshow
    First Look at The Craftsman, Soft-Open in Santa MonicaThe tall, communal tables have been dashed for a more open, urban-cottage style.
  28. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Check Out Chef David Dworshak’s Modern Mexican Food at Takito KitchenWhat you’ll be noshing at Takito Kitchen starting next week.
  29. Slideshow
    What’s Cooking at Circa in Manhattan BeachKnowing his audience better than they know themselves, Michael Zislis’ latest restaurant strikes a strong balance between sophisticated menus and a casual cocktail lounge.
  30. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Inside the ‘Modern Midwest’ Dinner at Sepia With Gerard CraftA modern midwest dinner.
  31. Openings
    First Look at Padrecito, Opening Tonight in Cole ValleyIt’s a spinoff of Mamacita, with a more concise menu.
  32. Openings
    Step Inside Bi-Rite Divisadero, Opening WednesdayWe have some pictures of the fully stocked store.
  33. Slideshow
    The 17 Craziest Foods Found at Natural Products Expo West 2013Will White Girl Salsa, pre-natal Gatorade, and bee-less honey become the trends of the future?
  34. Slideshow
    The 12 Best Dishes Served at PPLA Food Fare 2013The city’s oldest food event found legends serving aside the hottest new restaurants.
  35. Openings
    Step Inside The Alchemist, Now Open in SoMa
  36. Previews
    First Look at Hard Water, Opening March 14Charles Phan’s other new project, besides South at SFJAZZ, is also New Orleans-themed.
  37. Growing Food
    Third Graders See Their Crop on the Menu at Prairie Grass CafeRavinia School kids grow their own lettuce.
  38. Photo Plates
    Michael Rotondo’s New Menu at Parallel 37, IllustratedThe menu is new as of the last month, and Rotondo arrives here from Charlie Trotter’s in Chicago.
  39. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Corazón Y Miel, Now Open in BellThe new restaurant merges heavy-duty dude food with a panoply of Latin ingredients and traditional techniques.
  40. Slideshow
    What You Missed at L.A. Weekly’s Plate EventAn eclectic, authentic portrait of L.A. icons and everyday classics banded together at The Peterson Museum.
  41. Slideshow
    Tin Roof Bistro Brings A ‘Taste of Croatia’ To Manhattan BeachChef Anne Conness spent a study abroad in Belgrade while her friends went to France and Italy.
  42. Photo Plates
    Scenes From an Underground Dinner With Mullen & Smith at Naked KitchenThey’re an interesting duo, who are currently private cheffing.
  43. Slideshow
    Scenes From Marcus Samuelsson’s ‘Taste of Harlem’ Dinner at Post & BeamTeaming up with Govind Armstrong, the New York chef’s dishes included injera tacos, crawfish beignets, and deviled eggs with smoked catfish.
  44. Slideshow
    Slideshow: The Gage Sweeps Poutine FestPoutine crown goes to The Gage.
  45. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Wildcraft Sourdough Pizza, Opening Monday in Culver CityProviding the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one’s going to be slammed.
  46. Slideshow
    Meet Tim Cottini, Chef of Fork, The Best Farm To Table Restaurant You DriveWhat to eat at neighborhood gem Fork.
  47. Slideshow
    First Look Into La Casita Mexicana’s Expanded Space and MenuThis Bell-based casita is now more reminiscent of a hacienda in Jalisco.
  48. Slideshow
    Slideshow: What To Eat at ¡Ay Chiwowa!, Open Now¡Ay Chiwowa! is now open.
  49. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Explore the Food and Culture of Indonesia With Rickshaw RepublicMeet the food and culture of Indonesia at Rickshaw Republic.
  50. Grub Guide
    The 50 Best Pizza Places in the Bay AreaIt’s been a long time coming, but SF is no longer a bad pizza town.
Load More