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Gary Danko

  1. Lists
    Michelin Stars for San Francisco Announced: State Bird Provisions Gets One;A few newly minted chefs join the Michelin-starred club this year.
  2. Lists
    2013 Zagat Bay Area Rankings Drop, Remain Odd and Irrelevant [Updated]It all makes very little sense, once again.
  3. Let Them Eat Foie
    Now That Foie Gras Is Illegal, Here’s What California Chefs Are StillChefs like Hubert Keller and Thomas Keller are finding equally expensive ingredients to tout on menus.
  4. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Pastry Chef Isaac Carter Popping Up Wednesday in LBCCarter is a vet of Gary Danko and Morimoto Napa, who just appeared on Cupcake Wars.
  5. Lists
    Zagat Releases Their 2012 Guide, Lineup Looks a Lot Like Last Year’sYeah. Yawn.
  6. Mediavore
    28% of U.S. Can’t Cook; Fat Guy Sues White CastleA man brings legal action against the burger chain when they refuse his request to increase the size of its booths.
  7. Food Politics
    Some CA Chefs Lament as Both Shark Fin and Foie Gras Get Set to Be BannedChefs aren’t too quick to defend the practice of killing sharks for their fins, but when it comes to taking away their foie, they’re pretty angry about that.
  8. Let’s Make a Deal?
    Shady-Looking Deal Site Is Posting Half-Off Deals That Restaurants Didn’tThe San Mateo–based company doesn’t make a lot of sense to us, and the restaurants they’re selling coupons for have never heard of them.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Giants Closer Brian Wilson Gives Gary Danko Fourteen StarsHe’s especially a fan of the lobster risotto.
  10. Funnies
    Gary Danko Admits to Liking Rupaul’s Drag Race
  11. Quote of the Day
    Gary Danko Recalls Near-Death Experience at the Beard HouseThe Beard nominee for Outstanding chef remembers a disaster one night in the early days of the Beard House in the 1980s.
  12. Interviews
    Gary Danko Says Molecular Gastronomy’s Going to Go the Way of Kiwi on Meat“What happens with any sort of trend is after time passes, only 5% withstands the test of time.”
  13. Mediavore
    PETA Makes a Funny In Re: The Tenderloin; French Vegan Couple Charged in Death
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Gary Danko’s Brasserie Faces Delays, the Castro Gets a Chocolate Shop, andAlso, Locanda da Eva is getting a quick makeover next week.
  15. Lists
    Gary Danko Tops Zagat Survey For Seventh Year RunningSince 2005, Gary Danko has been #1 in the eyes of Zagat readers.
  16. Previews
    Gary Danko’s American Brasserie Back on Track After Three-Year DelayThe project, which was first announced in 2007, is finally starting construction.
  17. Foodievents
    What You Missed at the Pride SoiréeTwo roundups from last Friday’s AmfAR benefit event.
  18. Mediavore
    Suriya Thai Owner Nabbed for Tax Fraud; Plastic Corks Are Where It’s At
  19. Menu Changes
    Palo Alto’s Shokolaat Finds Its Savory SideFormer Gary Danko and Acquerello staffer Shekoh Moossavi adds some savory dishes to her husband’s patisserie menu.
  20. Awards
    Frances, Flour + Water, and Boulevard Top Beard Award National FinalistsSan Francisco got beat out L.A. in the Best Chef: Pacific category with three out of the five finalists, and Boulevard lands in the Outstanding Restaurant category.
  21. Mediavore
    Bauer Loves Carnival Food; Get Your ‘Gin & Titonic’ Ice Cubes
  22. Chef Shuffles
    New Chefs at Minestraio and Riveria Keep Close to HomeTwo chefs move to different kitchens and one brings small plates.
  23. Presidential Eats
    Where Should Obama Eat in San Francisco?We share our suggestions for Obama’s dining pleasure; what are yours?
  24. Bookshelf
    Zagat Crowns Gary Danko in 2010 GuideReaders call Danko most popular and best food, but report spending cutbacks in general.
  25. Marketing Gimmicks
    SF’s Culinary Elite All Over Google’s ‘My Favorite Places’Google’s new mapping campaign is highly food-oriented.
  26. Back of the House
    Eating the Last Supper We’re not much for coffee-table books, but the forthcoming My Last Supper is so shockingly weird, and shockingly good, that we would consider buying it. “What would your last meal be?” is a popular question for chefs, but the answers here are far better than you would expect. (Masa Takayama wants to cook for Orthodox Jews; Wylie Dufresne would eat vegetables “just to placate my mom.”)