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I Can’t Drive 55. Not Even at the Marriott Marquis.

I’ve been on a roll lately with good hotel restaurants — namely,…

 

Foxsister Has Kimchi Nacho Cheese Dip and Soju Slushies

There was a kerfuffle in Texas last month when a pan-Asian restaurant…

 

Cheese Tea. It’s Real, It’s Available at Steap Tea Bar, and It’s Quite Good.

Emil DeFrancesco of Steap, a tea shop on Sacramento Street, began with a…

 

Robin Song’s Gibson Is Effortlessly Glamorous

“Un-Happy Ending Ever After” is what it says on the ceiling of…

Kokio Republic Offshoot Barnzu Goes Big

2017 began with modern Indian as the cuisine likeliest to reshape San…

Ippudo Ramen Is Solid, But You Can Tell It’s a Chain

Of all the inane or gonzo journalistic endeavors I’ve ever undertaken —…

Villon Is As Good As Hotel Restaurants Get

I’m not a big fan of hotels. When I travel, I sleep…

Noe Valley’s Ardiana Is the Pizza Church

Every time I think San Francisco has finally vanquished its reputation for…

Infinite Appetite, Finite Budget: The Dogpatch

The Dogpatch lacks a full-service supermarket. In spite of its rough-and-tumble history…

Shinmai Is Oakland’s Best New Restaurant of 2017 (So Far)

The launch of a 100-seat, full-service restaurant can cause no small amount…