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Chez Panisse

  1. Openings
    Zeppoli Opens in Collingswood TomorrowThe new BYOB from Vetri/Chez Panisse alum Joey Baldino brings Sicilian style dishes to Collingswood’s restaurant row.
  2. Openings
    Vetri and Chez Panisse Alum Joey Baldino Gets Zeppoli Ready For an AugustThe new restaurant, Zeppoli, will open later this month.
  3. Foodies With Benefits
    Get Up Close and Personal With Alice Waters for $100KFlash sale site One Kings Lane has four packages up for grabs until July 1.
  4. Foodies With Benefits
    Chez Panisse Anniversary Fundraising Dinners to Include Pig Roast atGet your tickets, basically, now.
  5. Anniversaries
    Chez Panisse to Celebrate 40 Years With Events at the Berkeley Art Museum,A week of festivities kicks off on August 26.
  6. The Other Critics
    Alan Richman Hearts S.F. Now, Calls New York RestaurantsThe ‘GQ’ critic says the Bay Area is now the region to watch for restaurants of ‘ambition and imagination.’
  7. Presidential Eats
    Alice Waters to Cook for Two Michelle Obama-Hosted Fundraisers Next Week in theThe two events will be at the Claremont Hotel and the Golden State Warriors’ practice facility on Tuesday.
  8. Chef Shuffles
    David Tanis Leaving Chez PanisseThe longtime chef in the downstairs restaurant is taking his leave this fall.
  9. Go Ask Alice
    Alice Waters Heading to Twitter HQ to Pimp Edible SchoolyardThe big announcement, as expected, is about Edible Schoolyards.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Lunches at Chez Panisse
  11. Foodievents
    Chez Panisse to Throw Massive Party at the Berkeley GreekThe guest list: 5,000.
  12. Celebrity Settings
    Jane Fonda Drops in on Chez Panisse For New Year’s, Reveals Alice’sWe have confirmation of Alice’s status as an active cougar!
  13. Local Legends
    Jeremiah Tower Relocates to Italy, Loves Being Compared to Orson WellesThe legendary chef of Stars and Chez Panisse says he’s tired of the lack of produce down in Mexico.
  14. Foodievents
    Chez Panisse Makes L.A. Appearance With Chili-Dusted Crudité?The restaurant’s contribution kind of makes us feel like they’ve given up even trying.
  15. Slideshows
    What You Missed at L.A. Loves Alex’s LemonadeGiada DeLaurentiis, Jennifer Garner, and Jim Belushi joined a dream-team of national chefs and great L.A. restaurants at Culver Sutdios on Sunday.
  16. Foodievents
    OPENwater Event Brings Together Food, Art, Water… Will Probably Be IntenseThe collaboration between chefs and SFMoMA promises to be kind of intense.
  17. Culinary Twitterings
    Cheer Up Alice, At Least Ruth Still Loves You
  18. Foodies with Benefits
    Who Will Be At L.A. Loves Alex’s LemonadeL.A. finally gets a chance to try the food of chefs Marc Vetri, Paul Kahan, and Michael Tusk.
  19. Beef
    Chez Panisse Responds to Michelin Snub“Although Ms. Waters respects the traditions upon which the Michelin Guide bases its awards, she acknowledges that they aren’t the same traditions upon which Chez Panisse has built its reputation and success over the years.”
  20. Lists
    Michelin 2011 Guide Released: Meadowood Rises to Three Stars, Chez PanisseThe Bay Area is abuzz with its new three-star promotion.
  21. Mediavore
    Top Chef Runner Up Angelo’s Sandwich Shop Closes;
  22. Go Ask Alice
    Alice Waters Never Plays Bad Cop, And Fired Employees Always Seem to Love HerAccording to a new book about leadership styles, Alice always has someone else do her firing for her.
  23. Lists
    Gary Danko Tops Zagat Survey For Seventh Year RunningSince 2005, Gary Danko has been #1 in the eyes of Zagat readers.
  24. Go Ask Alice
    It’s Alice’s Kitchen, Those Vegetables Only Live ThereThe Lady Waters lets ‘Vanity Fair’ into her home kitchen.
  25. Go Ask Alice
    Mountain Lion Terrorizes Chez Panisse, Gets Shot By CopsBe on the lookout for “local lion” on nearby menus.
  26. Fig-Gate
    Middle Fingers Raised Toward Chang, S.F. Chefs Proudly Serve Figs on PlatesCall us defensive, but the fig flap won’t die, and S.F. chefs are still making ironic references to it on their menus.
  27. Go Ask Alice
    Levi’s to Fête Alice and All Her Edible SchoolchildrenA couple of foodievents are coming up in S.F. celebrating the great lady’s Edible Schoolyards program as it relates to printmaking.
  28. Go Ask Alice
    Alice Waters Wants More Air TimeOur Lady of Locavores is contemplating a PBS series.
  29. Video Feed
    Alice Waters Tells Bill Maher Her Master Cleanse SecretsThe doyenne of both locavorism and ‘liberal Berkeley elitism’ talks to Bill Maher about saving the nation from itself.
  30. The San Francisco Diet
    Where Didn’t Michael Bauer Eat This Week?As his food diary shows, the Chron’s stalwart restaurant critic doesn’t even eat breakfast at home.
  31. Mediavore
    Wine in Mason Jars?; Hooters Is for Sale
  32. Quote of the Day
    Alice Waters’s Lazy SundayHer weekend wind-down is as slow as her food.
  33. Go Ask Alice
    Alice Waters Wants Celeb Chefs to Stop Cloning Their RestaurantsWe won’t be seeing a Chez Panisse Mandalay Bay anytime soon.
  34. Mediavore
    How to Organize a Bakesale for Haiti; Food Inc. Gets Best Documentary
  35. The Food Chain
    Animal’s Vinny Dotolo Goes Bananas for Bakesale Betty’s FriedThe spicy, jalapeno-laced slaw is what keeps Dotolo coming back for this sandwich.
  36. Mediavore
    Saison Adds Thursdays; Nasty Facts About Nigella
  37. Books
    Alice Waters To Graciously Bestow Three More Books Upon the WorldThe chef signs a deal to write a Chez Panisse retrospective, a followup to The Art of Simple Food, and a personal narrative.
  38. Waters Runs Deep
    Alice Waters Puts A Little Sugar in Your Bowl on KCRWAlice Waters guest DJs on KCRW.
  39. Beef
    Chang Vindicated for Fig Flap?An recent Chez Panisse menu features an actual bowl of figs.
  40. Mediavore
    Boitano Gets Second Season; Hindenburg Beer for Sale
  41. Videofeed
    Video: Whole Cow Butchered at SFMOMA’s Futurist BanquetWatch a team of female chefs butcher an 800-pound cow that was spit-roasted and transported to SFMOMA on bicycle.
  42. Foodievents
    Kermit Lynch Party Promises Another Side of Alice WatersWine importer’s record debut to be catered by Alice Waters.
  43. Beef
    Anthony Bourdain Admits That Alice Waters Still Drives Him BerserkoHe didn’t mention her during last night’s San Francisco episode of ‘No Reservations,’ but his blog is a different story.
  44. Bookshelf
    Growing Organically: Masumoto on His Family and FarmAuthor and peach farmer talks organic agriculture and family ties.
  45. Awards
    Why Did Alice Waters Win the Legion of Honor?Chez Panisse founder received cryptically short letter announcing her award.
  46. Endangered
    Berkeley’s Eccolo to Shutter in AugustChez Panisse spinoff to shutter in late August.
  47. NewsFeed
    Bouley, Waltuck, and Waters Show and Tell About KitchensThe chefs will be pondering kitchens tomorrow on “The Leonard Lopate Show.” In the meantime, feast your eyes on them.
  48. NewsFeed
    Should Critics Care About a Restaurant’s Matchbooks?Artist Steven Heller doesn’t understand why Amanda Hesser doesn’t care about Spice Market’s menu design.
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Calling All Casseroles; Jonathan Waxman to Cook Southern on the UWSGreenpoint: Casserole fanatic turned cookbook author Emily Farris is hosting a cook-off at Brooklyn Label on October 16. Register now! [Brooklyn Based] Midtown East: The Tao formula should fit right in on Lincoln Road in South Beach. [Down by the Hipster] Tribeca: Bubby’s owner Ron Silver is finally giving up his pie recipes in a cookbook out this month. [NYS] Upper West Side: Barbuto chef-partner Jonathan Waxman turns to southern fare this fall when he opens Madaleine Mae on Columbus Avenue at 82nd Street. [NYT] West Village: In comparing Bay Area restaurant trends to those in New York, critic Michael Bauer concedes: Blue Hill chef Dan Barber “does Chez Panisse one better by growing most of the food at his farm in Hudson Valley.” [Between Meals/San Francisco Chronicle]
  50. The In-box
    Excuse Me, But Craft Didn’t Start the FireDear Grub Street, I read what you wrote about Craft’s ingredient-centric influence the other day, and I think you’re way off. Didn’t you ever hear of Chez Panisse, Alice Waters’s hugely influential Berkeley restaurant? Is it gauche for American cuisine to have a history longer than fifteen minutes? Or is this a New York thing? I’m seriously asking, as a former Bay Area resident who feels that some of the food values of that region aren’t fully appreciated here — or, if they are, they get fetishized as new discoveries. Jane