What: Noisette: An Afternoon of Food and Music
When: Saturday August 4th, 1 - 5 p.m. (12 - 1 p.m. VIP hour)
Where: Public Works, 161 Erie St (near Mission & 14th)
Cost: $60, VIP tickets $85
They say that chefs are the new rock stars. If that's true, then Noisette is going to be the
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Kathy W.Namu's ramen.What: Namu Pop-up
Where: Four Barrel
When: Fri., January 13
The rundown: Namu left a hole in the Japanese-American-Korean food scene of San Francisco when it shut down on New Year's Eve. But don't worry, Japanese-American-Korean food lovers, Namu is back w ... More >>
Some restaurants took the ushering in of a new year as the time to bow out of the city's restaurant scene. Elizabeth Falkner is officially out after closing Citizen Cake on the heels of Orson's shutter. No longer will you venture out to the Richmond District to eat Dennis Lee's ramyeon at Namu, as t ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
Ken Ken Ramen opens today in it's new, permanent location (3378 18th St. at Mission). We learned, via a tweet, that for now they'll only be open three nights a week (Thu.-Sat.), starting at 6 p.m.
As the ... More >>
Lummmy/FlickrShould Americans even be calling pad thai "Thai" at this point?This week, Gilt Taste is running a fantastic series about Asian food in America -- or rather, Asian American food. The series led with an article by former SFoodie editor (and current East Bay Express critic) John Birdsal ... More >>
Lara HataBar Tartine's Dobos torte with apricots and candied hazelnuts.It's rare for the SF Weekly to re-review restaurants -- small paper, big dining scene. But it was impossible for me to stay away from Bar Tartine after the owners hired a new chef, Nick Balla, who was known for his Japanese fo ... More >>
Dennis Lee is reverse-engineering this.Talking to Dennis Lee about his oxtail dish, I took the opportunity to ask him about the new ramyun dish he debuted at Namu's Saturday farmers' market stand last week.
"I basically spend all Friday making the noodles," he says. "We're mimicking Korean insta ... More >>
Alex Hochman/FlickrThe window's closing fast.Miserable-looking Midwesterners in Tommy Bahama aren't the only constant at Ferry Plaza these days. At the Thursday street-food market, lines stretch way past the point of lunch-hour patience. "It's a really tight window that people are trying to f ... More >>
Jen SiskaNamu's gamja fries: Fusion, dude. Pure fusion.My first response on reading Michael Bauer's post today, "What happened to fusion cuisine?" was a pleasant, if slightly embarrassed, sigh of nostalgia, the kind that escapes when you're rustling through a drawer and come across an old prom ph ... More >>
garyrwise/FlickrMorgan Maki's hook-up, a Mangalitsa-breed hog.We now interrupt your browsing pleasure with an update from the Cochon 555 folks. As they prepare to apply the full heft of their culinary acumen at next weekend's massive pork party, some of San Francisco's most swine-savvy chefs ... More >>
wanderkeil/FlickrGet ready for the thunderous, rollin' pig-pulling ― and hopefully brawl-free ― review.Cochon 555 is coming to San Francisco ― you know, that thunderous, rollin' pig-pulling review boasting five lauded chefs, five hapless swine, and five exemplary wine crafters. On June ... More >>
Eater SFNamu's Dennis Lee, whose hotness Eater SF once trumpeted.Our favorite morsel from the blogs.
Ever seen Whatever, Martha? That's the show on Fine Living Network that shows Martha Stewart's daughter Alexis and friend Jennifer Koppelman Hutt watching old clips from mom's show and keepin ... More >>
hyperbolation/FlickrLunch at Han Il Kwan.You have questions about restaurants, dining, food, drinks that you can't figure out or are too shy to ask? I have answers ― or know people who do.Under the SFoodie teaser to this week's review of Korean snack food joints around San Francisco, Urbanstoma ... More >>
Photos by Mavis/FlickrOur favorite morsel from the blogs.
Blog mooch: Foodhoe spent a day at Foodbuzz's weekend First Annual Blogger Festival. As you can imagine, it was all farm-to-table talks and grazing sessions through the taste pavilion Foodbuzz engineered at the Metreon: Ryan's chichar ... More >>