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First Look: Chef Alexander Alioto Brings Plin to the Mission

First Look: Chef Alexander Alioto Brings Plin to the Mission

With the surname Alioto, Chef Alexander was practically fated to enter the restaurant industry. Ask him, and he’ll tell you how from a young age it seemed the only natural profession. The chef recently celebrated the next chapter in an already impressive career with the…

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Highlights and Photos From SF Street Food Festival

Highlights and Photos From SF Street Food Festival

The Mission District was filled with thousands of hungry San Franciscans, all gathering in the name of street food at Saturday’s San Francisco Street Food Festival. More than 80 local vendors were at the event, which could be the last Street Food Fest organized by…

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SF Street Food Festival Returns this Weekend

SF Street Food Festival Returns this Weekend

The San Francisco Street Food Festival returns Saturday with more than 80 food and drink vendors for what could be the last year at its current Mission District location.

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Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel Takes the Helm at Outerlands

Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel Takes the Helm at Outerlands

When popular Sunset District restaurant Outerlands closed for remodeling at the end of 2013, apprehension turned to skepticism as news broke that Chef Brett Cooper would not return, and the reopening date got delayed. But under Dave Muller and Lana Porcello’s ownership, the restaurant remains…

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SF Bakery Introduces Macaron Inspired By ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

SF Bakery Introduces Macaron Inspired By ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

Anyone who watched the Tony awards just a few weeks ago, probably still remembers Neil Patrick Harris’ performance. Clad in sparkly hot pants and heels, the multi-faceted actor wowed the audience with a live rendition of “Sugar Daddy”, a number from the hit Broadway production…

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7 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ramen From Eat Drink SF

7 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ramen From Eat Drink SF

Eat Drink San Francisco hosted a ramen workshop on Sunday, just one of many culinary adventures part of the multi-day celebration of fine cuisine and cocktails.

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Outside Lands Introduces BaconLand, More Chefs and Cocktails

Outside Lands Introduces BaconLand, More Chefs and Cocktails

Outside Lands continues to build on its emphasis on food with a new “GastroMagic” area that will showcase celebrity chefs, craft cocktails, a new stage and the biggest culinary rock star of all—bacon. In the BaconLand area at GastroMagic, hungry attendees can try a bacon…

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Five Picks For Eat Drink SF (That are not Sold Out)

Five Picks For Eat Drink SF (That are not Sold Out)

Eat Drink SF (formerly known as SF Chefs) is occupying Fort Mason Center and Westin St. Francis with a variety of culinary classes, demos and tastings and drinks this week featuring big names in the restaurant and mixology scene. Ticket prices start at $30 and…

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Giveaway: Enter to Win A Chris Cosentino FTC Skateboard, Cookbook and Comic

Giveaway: Enter to Win A Chris Cosentino FTC Skateboard, Cookbook and Comic

Between working on plans for a new San Francisco restaurant to open later this year, serving as co-creator and chef of Boccalone artisanal salumeria and raising a family in San Francisco, chef and offal enthusiast Chris Cosentino partnered with local skateboard company FTC for a…

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Big Chef Tom Prepares for ‘Belly Burgers’ Debut in SoMA

Big Chef Tom Prepares for ‘Belly Burgers’ Debut in SoMA

Former Food Network personality and local purveyor of pork belly burgers, Tom Pizzica (perhaps better known by his moniker Big Chef Tom), sets his pint on the table with a weary smile before settling in to tell the story of Big Chef Tom’s Belly Burgers.

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The Commissary Brings Spanish-Influenced California Cuisine to the Presidio

The Commissary Brings Spanish-Influenced California Cuisine to the Presidio

San Francisco diners have a new destination to add to their list this week with the opening of the Commissary, a Spanish-influenced restaurant making its debut in the Presidio under the leadership of chef Traci Des Jardins.

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Joyce Goldstein Discusses Roots of Spanish Cuisine in SF

Joyce Goldstein Discusses Roots of Spanish Cuisine in SF

To say Joyce Goldstein is a repository of culinary knowledge, both local and foreign, is no exaggeration. Over the course of a decades-long career, she has been a teacher, chef, cookbook author, consultant and more, but no matter what she’s doing, it is always with…

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