The former Ubuntu chef gets three stars for his seasonal selections.
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Fox is leaving diners with reservations for his January series empty-handed to pursue another opportunity.
Former general manager Helena Brown tells us the ownership "wasn't a good fit."
"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."
The former Ubuntu chef promises "peasant cuisine," which will probably be sold to rich people.
The chef-owner team of Hiro Sone and Lissa Doumani have walked away.
Looks like that sabbatical was a closing after all.
L.A. reminds the chef of his hometown of Atlanta, making it a natural fit for his next move.
He's staying quiet about the location, but says it's "small" and it'll be "cool."
Top 30 under 30.
The neighborhood gets its first peek at former Ubuntu chef Jeremy Fox's SoCal menu tonight.
Also, Sidebar wine tavern has closed.
The Counter's founder snags two NorCal chefs for his casual watering hole.
They'll be reopening, they say, in the spring, with fresh inspiration, and in the meantime the space will become a pop-up venue.
The working title: Smith.
Possibly the best cold soup we've ever tasted.
See a slideshow of a recent meal at the vegetarian restaurant, courtesy of Food Gal.
Also, Fillmore Bakeshop is now open.
Our highly scientific comparative analysis of last night's first of two SF vs. NY showdowns.