San Francisco
Cloudy
60°F
Sign in or Register

Dining - page 3 News

A Look at First-rate Bulka Bakery at Haight’s Second Act Marketplace

A Look at First-rate Bulka Bakery at Haight’s Second Act Marketplace

In a curious turn of events, Haight’s Second Act Marketplace, which serves as a collective home to five local food and beverage business, is shaping to be a prime destination for elevated Russian cuisine. As of last month, the already popular Anda Piroshki (selling the Russian…

Continue reading →

Farm to Fork Pop-Up Dinner DocuSeries Kicks Off with Chef Tu David Phu

Farm to Fork Pop-Up Dinner DocuSeries Kicks Off with Chef Tu David Phu

Some chefs craft their path by climbing the ranks at one particular restaurant, while others are involved in a number of projects simultaneously, cooking up a storm all over town. Chef Tu David Phu is one extremely busy representative of the latter group; having worked…

Continue reading →

Oakland’s Itani Ramen is Now Officially Open

Oakland’s Itani Ramen is Now Officially Open

After a successful pop-up run, chef Kyle Itani opened, as of yesterday, a permanent Itani Ramen, focusing on regional Japanese cuisine fueled by sake, shochu (a traditional distilled alcohol) and draft beers. Itani and Executive Chef Brian Ikenoyama, are joining an already impressive group of…

Continue reading →

Eat, Drink & Cinco de Mayo: Five Local Winners

Eat, Drink & Cinco de Mayo: Five Local Winners

Let’s be honest—no one really needs Cinco de Mayo to enjoy excellent Bay Area Mexican food. That can be done all year long. And yet, just as with St. Patrick’s Day, celebrating a fellow country’s important occasion just makes the food taste better. If you…

Continue reading →

Local Biz Spotlight: Whitechapel

Local Biz Spotlight: Whitechapel

In the heart of the Tenderloin, Whitechapel, the sophisticated, dark underground gin bar, quickly became a popular hot spot for a night out. Since the opening last fall, Whitechapel has been a successful collaboration of San Francisco visionaries: the owners are Martin Cate (Smuggler’s Cove)…

Continue reading →

Five SF Restaurants That Embody Springtime Vibes

Five SF Restaurants That Embody Springtime Vibes

Technically, spring has been around for some time now, but it’s only in recent weeks that we truly feel it in the air. Sunnier, better times are upon us, and until the fog turns our summer into a “pack your suitcases to find a warm…

Continue reading →

Best Brunches: The East Bay

Best Brunches: The East Bay

Amazing brunches aren’t limited to San Francisco’s big city charms anymore. The foodie revival of Oakland and Berkeley have brought plenty of new decadent restaurants to the other side of the Bay Bridge in recent years, and brunch—still the most Instagrammed meal, is booming everywhere…

Continue reading →

Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Festival season is currently in full swing, which also includes non-music events like Goat Festival as well as the upcoming Nacho Typical Festival on April 9. Former San Francisco mayoral candidate and still sarcastic media personality Stuart Schuffman, more commonly known as Broke-Ass Stuart, has…

Continue reading →

Goat Festival Returns to San Francisco’s Ferry Plaza

Goat Festival Returns to San Francisco’s Ferry Plaza

Pet goats, eat artisan cheeses, and talk to local farmers at Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market on Saturday, April 16 from 10-2pm as part of the 8th annual Goat festival, presented by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA). “Kids and adults are welcome…

Continue reading →

SF Giants-Themed Beer by Anchor Brewing Arrives in Time for Opening Day

SF Giants-Themed Beer by Anchor Brewing Arrives in Time for Opening Day

Anchor Brewing Company has teamed up with Major League Baseball to release a limited edition beer inspired by the San Francisco Giants, just in time for opening day. Orange Splash Lager (5.2% ABV) is brewed with mandarin oranges, orange peels, and a citrus-like hop varietal…

Continue reading →

Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Neighborhood Gems: Temescal

Oakland’s Temescal neighborhood is a jewel box packed with adorable souvenirs, delicious bites and friendly vibes. It’s easy to get lost among its abundance of dining and shopping options. Temescal is hardly a secret, but for a true neighborhood gem, look no further. Preserved Described…

Continue reading →

Oakland’s Chef Kyle Itani Debuts Ramen Pop-Up Series

Oakland’s Chef Kyle Itani Debuts Ramen Pop-Up Series

Chef Kyle Itani, chef and co-owner of the popular Hopscotch Restaurant, an American restaurant with a Japanese culinary twist, is about to embark on to his next cooking venture—Itani Ramen. In anticipation of the restaurant’s official opening (slated for mid-April) Itani has set up a…

Continue reading →

Page 3 of 114 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →