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The Life of a Sommelier

The Life of a Sommelier

Rajat Parr has lived a life that many dream of, working with one of the most well-known chefs in the United States, traveling the world and tasting many of the best wines ever produced.

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Opening: Mission Cheese

Opening: Mission Cheese

Get ready, the much-anticipated Mission Cheese is set to open tomorrow, April 13th. Located at 736 Valencia St, the new business will be featuring “American artisan cheese & Cali brewski & wine”. And they’ll be giving out free high fives during opening day. You can’t…

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Unlock the Flavors of Zushi Puzzle

Unlock the Flavors of Zushi Puzzle

Everybody likes to feel special sometimes. At Zushi Puzzle (1910 Lombard Street) in the Marina, it’s easy to put together the pieces of an enchanting experience, specially designed for your own tastes.

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So, You Want Korean in the Soma?

So, You Want Korean in the Soma?

Recently, after broadcasting another exciting webcast of @SFStation radio, G-Force and the Japhman found themselves in the Soma with empty bellies and a passion for affordable grub.

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Taste of the Nation: A Great Night of Food and Drink

Taste of the Nation: A Great Night of Food and Drink

Hundreds were in attendance as chefs/restaurants, wine and spirit producers and bars around the Bay Area came together in San Francisco on Thursday night for the 22nd annual Taste of the Nation event to fight childhood hunger.

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Two Bay Area Restaurants Among Top Trendsetters in U.S.

Two Bay Area Restaurants Among Top Trendsetters in U.S.

A pair of Bay Area restaurants made the list of “14 Most Trendsetting Restaurants in the U.S.” according to U.S. Airways Magazine.

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PPQ Dungeness Island – Where Crab is King

PPQ Dungeness Island – Where Crab is King

Many people come to San Francisco and orient immediately for Chinatown to satisfy Asian food cravings. Maybe it is the clothes hanging from windows or the loud, raucous nature of Broadway, but Chinatown just does not do it for me. I prefer to head out…

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Closed: Bagdad Cafe

Closed: Bagdad Cafe

Alarming foodie news from the Castro. It seems that longtime neighborhood mainstay and 24-hour diner Bagdad Cafe suddenly shut its doors on Thursday, March 31st. While Sparky’s and Orphan Andy’s are both several blocks away, the Bagdad will be sorely missed.

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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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