In the era of pop-up restaurants and upscale street carts, are decor and food going through a divorce? Most restaurants are still designed to create a multisensory experience that reflects the meal and the diners themselves. But many of us are now searching out bowls of green Thai curry to eat while perched on wooden benches in South Park, and checking our Twitter feeds to see which four-course meal we'll next enjoy at a twice-weekly pop-up hosted in a faded Chinese joint in the Mission. The idea of great food in improbable surroundings has captured the... More >>>
Brisket with onion rings and pickled green tomatoes on a house-made bun.