The paper makes a few irrelevant picks while "finding a food Mecca in the West."
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Three-week old Farina Pizza & Cucina Italiana (Valencia and 18th) gets some attention from the Wall Street Journal today, with a couple of special mentions for their montanara a miniature, lightly fried pizza from the mountainous region outside Naples...
Deaf-owned Mozzeria (3228 16th Street) is set to serve its 7,000th customer this week, and the Journal throws them a little attention, noting that the restaurant is "likely" the first deaf-owned restaurant in the city, and one of the only...
The company was acquired by a New York-based private equity firm.
Plus: WSJ finally notices that chefs tweet; and Bill Gates receives recognition for his work to improve farming and fight hunger, all in our morning news roundup.
The company faces a hostile takeover, but more troubling is the fact that beer sales are down in Australia.
It seems an overwhelming majority would prefer that you leave your kids at home.
The grande dame of locavorism gets some national media love on two fronts.
"What happens with any sort of trend is after time passes, only 5% withstands the test of time."
The chef calls the country "not so gastronomically developed."
The upshot: Brick and mortar businesses are still upset about food trucks parking nearby.
"We're fine-dining guys," says Naked Lunch co-chef Ryan Maxey to the Journal, who just gave the fancy sandwich shop a little national press attention. Apparently, the tourists up in North Beach don't always go for the foie gras and duck...
We see this new how-to as fraught with potential for holiday disasters.
The chef is also a gold medal-winning bike sprinter.
In a trend piece in the Journal today about San Francisco's restaurant scene, we learn that several newish restaurants around town are "courting diners with less expensive dishes and comfort food, a way of reminding people of easier times." The...
The WSJ seems to think taquerias are called "burrito bars."
The SF Foodshed Project provides a new link in the supply chain between growers and large food service operations like the St. Regis Hotel.
"We fall into this trap of having to have celebrities."