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Waterbar’s Parke Ulrich on Seafood and Sustainability

Waterbar’s Parke Ulrich on Seafood and Sustainability

A restaurant that is as successful now as when it first opened its doors more than five years ago, Waterbar and Executive Chef Parke Ulrich continue to evolve on The Embarcadero.

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Rum Cocktail Recipes From ‘the Modern Mixologist’

Rum Cocktail Recipes From ‘the Modern Mixologist’

“Most people are intimidated by making cocktails, but they shouldn’t be,” says Tony Abou-Ganim, a three-time winner on the Food Network’s cooking competition show Iron Chef America and author of The Modern Mixologist: Contemporary Classic Cocktails.

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Christopher Thompson Continues Evolution of A16

Christopher Thompson Continues Evolution of A16

Walk down busy Chestnut Street on any weeknight and one thing is almost always for certain – A16 will have a packed house. Since opening its doors a little more than nine years ago, the Italian restaurant has dished out authentic cuisine to the masses.

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Chef Michael Rotondo Brings Impressive Pedigree to Parallel 37

Chef Michael Rotondo Brings Impressive Pedigree to Parallel 37

Growing up in Massachusetts and with a culinary background that has taken him around the world, Michael Rotondo was approached with an opportunity he couldn’t pass up – to head the kitchen as Executive Chef of Parallel 37 in the Ritz Carlton, San Francisco.

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Troya Brings Mediterranean Flair to Fillmore Street

Troya Brings Mediterranean Flair to Fillmore Street

Lined with boutique shops and popular eateries, Fillmore Street in Pacific Heights can be a daunting place to open a business. But finding and creating its own identity over the last year is Troya, the second location for the popular San Francisco Mediterranean restaurant.

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Poggio Executive Chef Benjamin Balesteri Transitions Into New Role

Poggio Executive Chef Benjamin Balesteri Transitions Into New Role

Transitioning into the lead role in a kitchen can sometimes be tough, but new Executive Chef Benjamin Balesteri at Poggio in Sausalito said it has been fairly seamless after taking over for the departing Peter McNee last month.

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California Cuisine With Chambers Eat + Drink’s Trevor Ogden

California Cuisine With Chambers Eat + Drink’s Trevor Ogden

“I really want to take the idea of California cuisine a little further.”

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Sausalito’s Copita A Dream Come True For Chef Joanne Weir

Sausalito’s Copita A Dream Come True For Chef Joanne Weir

She’s done it all in the culinary world – cookbooks, TV shows, cooking teacher. But in 2012, Joanne Weir finally crossed restaurateur off the list with the opening of Copita Tequileria Y Comida in downtown Sausalito.

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Celebrating San Francisco’s Rich History at Presidio Social Club

Celebrating San Francisco’s Rich History at Presidio Social Club

Chef Ray Tang knows and understands San Francisco’s history and the importance of restaurants to each neighborhood.  That understanding has led to a highly eclectic, yet classic menu at Presidio Social Club.

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Bocanova Chef John Ledbetter Discusses Menu, Shares a Recipe

Bocanova Chef John Ledbetter Discusses Menu, Shares a Recipe

The expansion of Jack London Square has taken longer than anticipated. But the area is slowly becoming the restaurant hub planners envisioned. Leading that charge is Bocanova, with Chef John Ledbetter, who took over the kitchen in 2011.

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In the Kitchen with Chef Robin Song of Hog & Rocks

In the Kitchen with Chef Robin Song of Hog & Rocks

Spending time in the kitchens at Haven and Plum in Oakland, Chef Robin Song worked on his craft and some of the fine dining techniques seen at both restaurants. And now, he’s bringing that repertoire to the more casual Hog & Rocks in San Francisco.

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In the Kitchen with Daniel Corey of Luce

In the Kitchen with Daniel Corey of Luce

He took over the kitchen of a decorated chef and has made it his own – maintaining the excellence of a Michelin Star two years running. And in the words of Chef Daniel Corey at Luce, this is just the beginning.

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