The end of $100 steaks, and the beginning of $15 chickens?
A fight erupts over food terms and abbreviations that are getting way overused.
Just how much of a "health food mecca" is the Hub anyways?
What Bay Area servers are sick of serving.
Big Star adds Mexican hot chocolate to its menu. Does it hold a candle to Xoco's?
Despite popular lore, 2009 was a year that saw twice as many openings as closings on the SF restaurant scene.
The Chron this weekend published their monthly Q&A with nutrition and food-related public policy expert Marion Nestle, this time focusing what the hot button issues for 2010 will be in food safety regulation, agriculture, nutrition guidelines, etc. The biggest takeaways:...
A beverage with a pot-friendly image is popular in SoCal.
Local Lemons blogger makes a slow food pan pizza, and foodie-ism is named one of the 50 things that changed us in the aughts.
The biggest takeaway from today's Chron piece about pop-up restaurants? The news that the Free Range Dining boys will soon be serving mobile dinners aboard a '57 Greyhound.
This was the year of the portable restaurant, but it was also the year of biodynamic wine, D.I.Y. canning, and farmers' market cocktails.
The January issue features an obligatory trend piece.
Chefs from Boka, Vie, Perennial, The Bristol, Blackbird, and The Signature Room are all under the spell of this fuzzy pig.
Burger King's breakfast is only for dudes, who are also taking over home kitchens.
Karen and Quinn Hatfield have some fun online.
Two new high-end taquerias are a welcome addition, but they fall short of a year-defining trend.
Turns out a beer bottle can crush your skull and foods taste like the soil in which they were grown.
One type of cool dad wears beat up boots and used to ride a motorcycle. One tries way too hard and uses outdated slang. Which restaurant is which?