Belated: Chronicle And Weeklies Over Coffee

Confession time: We were a little distracted yesterday, what with breaking the story of the GGRA plan to appeal the Ninth Circuit’s Healthy SF decision, compiling our list of SF bars and restaurants showing tonight’s VP debate, and working on some upcoming, La Mar Cebicheria-related projects, we outright spaced on our “over-coffee” food section roundups. Mea culpa! So, belatedly, we’re just going to lump them all into one post, like so:

First, the SF Chronicle:

• Marlena Spieler relates some groundbreaking dieting insight that actually works: Eat less and exercise. [Roving Feast]

• We get to hear from the chef at Tataki, billed as the city’s, and maybe the continent’s, first-ever sustainable sushi restaurant. [Food Conscious: Bringing Sea Change To Menus]

• Here are some ideas for a picnic spread, now that summer has finally arrived. [Prime picnic weather inspires outdoor spread]

• A chef shuffle at Postrio, sommelier sashay at Bacar, and a slim crop of locals (ie. one) in this season’s Top Chef. [Inside Scoop]

Now here’s a look at the SF Bay Guardian:

• Paul Reidinger gets his (sushi) bar-fly on, and gets giddy at the breadth of it, at Domo [The bar’s the thing at this Hayes Valley sushi hotspot]

• L.E. Leone talks of aborted threesomes, potato-chip foursomes, and Little Joe’s pizza. [Cheap Eats]

Now, finally, here’s what’s up at the SF Weekly:

• Meredith Brody makes dinner out of hors d’oeuvres at La Terrasse, which sounds good, but what really gets our motor running is that photo of the frites, which for some reason are always more delicious when served vertically. [La Terrasse is a bridge to France]

Belated: Chronicle And Weeklies Over Coffee