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Arnold Palmer

  • Blogs

    April 24, 2013

    Rich Table's Inaugural Fried Chicken Dinner Was A Down-Home Good Time

    Last night I attended Rich Table's inaugural Sally Hurricane Southern Fried Chicken Dinner, in which the so-hot-right-now restaurant transformed itself into a casual chicken joint on a night it's usually dark. Sally Hurricane was co-owner Sarah Rich's nickname when she was a kid, and the meal was he ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 22, 2013

    Small Touches Go Far at Waraku

    Last summer, Japanese restaurant Men Oh Tokushima Ramen opened its second American location on Geary Street in San Francisco, followed by a hot pot spot called Shabuway. Its new Japantown sister spot Waraku provides similar quality and value. Located in the former Bushi-Tei restaurant space (Bushi T ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 27, 2012

    Nabe Is The Latest Hot Pot One-Stop

    Nabe (1325 Ninth Ave) opened on December 21 in the Inner Sunset, near the intersection of Ninth Avenue and Irving Streets, known to some local residents as "the food court." There are already plenty of ways to satisfy hunger in this zone, but this is already a promising newcomer, offering several ki ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 8, 2012

    Eat to The Beat: DJ-Assisted Weekend Brunches Still in Swing

    The trend of brunch served with a side of music has been cooking in the Bay Area for a few decades now; old club kids might remember Boogie Buffet, a weekly Sunday party in San Francisco held in the mid-Nineties where food was set to a chic beat. Today, like waffles and syrup, it's still a great com ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 15, 2012

    Bacon Bacon's Kitchen: 7 Reasons Why I'm Not Vegetarian

    In the words of Homer Simpson, "Is it bacon day?" Why yes, it most certainly is. Bacon Bacon began with the opening of its food truck in July 2011 and has since opened a storefront dubbed "The Kitchen" just off Fredrick Street in Cole Valley. Located just far enough away from the hustle and bustle o ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 1, 2012

    First Bite at Mau: Two Inventive Takes on the Bahn Mi

    We stopped in Mau last week to snag our first bite from the new joint by former Slow Club chef, Sante Salvoni. Salvoni gave us a full rundown of what's in store for the restaurant, fresh off of its soft opening last week, while we stuffed our cheeks with a few of his playful takes on banh mi. The fi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 28, 2012

    Brunch and Other Big Changes at Pig and Pie

    When it opened back in June, Pig and Pie's menu was devoted to house-made sausages and pies. But three months later, the restaurant is going through some changes. They took a few sausages off the menu (bye bye Chicago-style hot dog), added non-sausage options like a lardo burger and porchetta sandwi ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 24, 2012

    In Praise of Sushi Zone's Baked Sea Bass

    Sushi Zone is one of San Francisco's hidden gems. Located on an alley off Market Street on the edge of Hayes Valley, the tiny restaurant holds only two booths and eight bar stools. The owner, who goes by "Ao," mans the raw sushi bar six nights a week, rolling up some of the freshest sushi and maki r ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 18, 2012

    SO in SOMA Brings the Heat

    Perhaps it's because it lies in the shadow of The Stud, SO's New Wave revival d├ęcor flashed us back to the '80s; we have expected Debora Iyall or Jello Biafra to wander in. That didn't happen, but a scrumptious Asian fusion meal did. A little bit Chinese and a little bit Korean, this SOMA staple ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 20, 2012

    S.F., You Have Some Damn Fine Arnold Palmers

    Every six months I resolve to kick my Diet Coke habit and develop a short-lived enthusiasm for a caffeinated mid-afternoon alternative. You name it, I've tried it: kombucha, yerba mate, iced tea, BibiCaffe, cold-brewed coffee, on and on. Eventually I always drift back to the real thing. This time i ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 9, 2010

    Nettle Rejuvenator, a Stinging Refresher from Dezy's Drinks

    Tamara PalmerThe Rejuvenator was a popular choice at street-food event Outside In 5.​Dezy's Drinks' Desiree Solomon calls this drink an "abundantly healthy Arnold Palmer." Some studies have suggested the efficacy of nettles in treating ailments such as joint pain and constipation. We can't att ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 28, 2010

    Nancy Lopez, a Womanly Golfer's Delight from Weird Fish

    Tamara PalmerSort of like Arnold Palmer in drag.​Checking out the vegan Beastie Boys tribute at Weird Fish the other night, we were also introduced to a beverage called Nancy Lopez. Made with ginger lemonade tarted up with pomegranate juice, it's essentially a womanly take on the Arnold Palmer ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 16, 2009

    Drink of the Week: Hawaiian Noni Lemonade from Big Island Organics

    ​A partnership between Hawaiian brewers and Bay Area bottlers, Big Island Organics' Hawaiian Noni Lemonade is a smooth, sweet-tart drink that offers a twist on the traditional. It's sweetened with agave nectar, which isn't unlike a diluted honey in flavor, and includes Hawaiian-grown noni, a f ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 14, 2008

    Street Eats: Best-O-Burger

    Review by Meredith Brody; Photos by Janine Kahn There seems to have been much pent-up lust for upscale fast food (in the person of slider-like mini burgers) in Downtown San Francisco, as can be seen by the briskly-moving line that wraps almost continually around the outside of Best-O-Burger, a con ... More >>

  • News

    May 4, 2005

    Darth Vega to the Rescue

    New Chronicle Publisher Frank Vega has been cast as a villain, but he may be just what the Hearst empire needs to defeat the dark forces of the new economy

  • Dining

    August 11, 2004

    The Cost of Cool

    If you're really in-the-know, you order the mysterious Item No. 24 at Little Paris

  • News

    August 11, 2004

    Going for the Green

    If we're going to watch anybody play golf, it's going to be someone who's patently obscure

  • Dining

    September 10, 2003

    Getting Its Due

    The tale of Duarte's wildly successful "half and half" soup

  • News

    August 25, 1999

    When Do Losers Win?

    When Willie Brown is mayor, and one of their limiteds is Angelo Tsakopoulos

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    March 18, 1998
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