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Chapeau!

Chapeau!

Like the best of restaurants, I enjoy keeping things fresh. Last week saw the launch of a new series about where to find the best meals among the city’s flourishing Happy Hours. This week I am going in the opposite direction with a look at…

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Top Chef Masters Viewing Party

Top Chef Masters Viewing Party

With Top Chef All-Stars having crowned a new king (will there be a queen ever again?), a new season of Top Chef Masters is ready to be plated and served (sorry, I couldn’t help myself). And this time we have San Francisco chef Traci Des…

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A.G. Ferrari Foods Files for Chapter 11

A.G. Ferrari Foods Files for Chapter 11

Just last Friday I was in the Castro when I got a jonesing for a sandwich and got my fix at fav Castro Street staple A.G. Ferrari foods. But now sad news comes that the San Leandro-based company has filed for bankruptcy.

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Thousands Attend San Jose Street Food Festival

Thousands Attend San Jose Street Food Festival

Having grown up in San Jose and living here most of my life, I know firsthand that the culinary scene does not really match up with the rest of the Bay Area.

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SF Chef: Ian Marks of The Beast and the Hare

SF Chef: Ian Marks of The Beast and the Hare

Sit down with Ian Marks, head chef and co-owner of the new Mission eatery, The Beast and the Hare, and you feel instantly at ease.  The red-haired chef flashes a mischievous smile and speaks with his hands, exuding warmth, genuine friendliness, and an almost kid-like…

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Nationwide Bakesale Held for Japan

Nationwide Bakesale Held for Japan

A national bakesale is being held on Saturday to benefit victims from the Japan earthquake and tsunami.

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Nojo Opens in Hayes Valley

Nojo Opens in Hayes Valley

One of the biggest trends in the last year or so has been the popularity of izakaya-style Japanese restaurants in San Francisco.

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SF’s Happiest Hour: McCormick & Kuleto’s

SF’s Happiest Hour: McCormick & Kuleto’s

Today I start another popular segment that will be Twitter-trending in no time: SF’s Happiest Hour. Armed with nothing more than an insatiable appetite and an impossibly small bank account I have taken to the streets of our fine city in search of the best…

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Closing: Ti Couz (Mission) and Maggie Mudd (Bernal)

Closing: Ti Couz (Mission) and Maggie Mudd (Bernal)

If you haven’t yet heard, Mission mainstay Ti Couz, which has been serving up Normandy-style crepes since 1992, and Bernal Heights ice creamery Maggie Mudd, a favorite of vegans and non-vegans alike, are both closing up shop.

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Chefs to Battle in Island Cook Off Wednesday Night

Chefs to Battle in Island Cook Off Wednesday Night

A month-long battle between five San Francisco chefs and restaurants culminates on Wednesday in an island-inspired cooking competition.

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Alice Waters Tweets Big Announcement

Alice Waters Tweets Big Announcement

To the surprise of many, Bay Area culinary legend Alice Waters showed up on Twitter last week, with speculation that she was set to make a big announcement on Monday.

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Burrata Making Workshop

Burrata Making Workshop

Burrata, the incredibly creamy, melt-in-your-mouth cheese, can make any dish instantly decadent. The Italian cheese is made from mozzarella and cream. And now you can learn how to make some yourself.

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