If you're familiar with the S.F. pop-up scene at all, you're probably familiar with Tango & Stache, the roving taco pop-up that draws its flavors from cocktails like the negroni and the bloody Mary. You can find proprietor Joshua Wilder Oakley and his fabulous mustache slinging tacos at the Alchemis ... More >>
Old-school metal fans in San Francisco might know Dee Simon, author of Play Something Dancy: The Tragic Tales of a Strip Club DJ, by his old KUSF radio moniker of Dirty Sanchez. There he had the kind of show most unlikely for a Jesuit campus and the one every DJ did not want to follow. Simon's new ... More >>
Our weekly bite explores the city's food trucks, one at a time, highlighting our favorite mobile dishes and snacks. The Truck: Tango & Stache The Cuisine: Cocktail-influenced Mexican comfort food Specialty Items: Anything with the duck or bacon fat masa Worth the Wait in Line? At 9 p.m., a total 5 ... More >>
Belinda Leong had a fantastic problem when her b. patisserie (2821 California) opened earlier this week on February 12. Though her weekday hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., every fresh-baked good was sold out by around 1 p.m. on the first stay, forcing an early closure. By the time SFoodie arrived to surv ... More >>
Food blogger Adam Roberts, otherwise known as the Amateur Gourmet, has just released a new cookbook and is coming to S.F. this week to celebrate it. To write Secrets of the Best Chefs, Roberts traveled around the country visiting the kitchens of big-name chefs, learned to cook from them, and collect ... More >>
We love pop-ups and temporary chef nights, but we hate keeping track of them. Every few weeks we'll bring you a list of the best upcoming events -- all you have to do is mark your calendar. Tango & Stache Pop-Up Where: Asiento, 2730 21st St. (at Bryant), 829-3375 When: Sun., Sept. 9, 5-11 p.m. Cos ... More >>
Studio Gourmet's FaceBook page1300 Fillmore's chef David Lawrence at Studio Gourmet.Brad Lev founded Studio Gourmet while still living in Atlanta, Georgia. He owned a catering business, which was headquartered in a 5,000 square foot space, perfect for special events. He started hosting specia ... More >>
Photos by Kristen BaggerlyBelinda Leong's kugelhopfBelinda Leong has contracted with San Francisco's Four Barrel Coffee and Bar Agricole to sell her artisan baked goods beginning August 22.
Alex FoxThis week we ran our first wine list review to accompany Jonathan Kauffman's restaurant review in the print edition of SF Weekly. Jonathan likes to offer people a little extra flavor on the web, so I decided to do that too by dropping by Bar Tartine on a Friday morning to taste wine w ... More >>
Kevin Y./YelpOkay, so we do have an Olive Garden out near S.F. State.Our favorite morsel from the blogs. Yesterday at LA Weekly's Squid Ink, SFoodie's sister food blog with the WTF name, editor Amy Scattergood passed along a list from Nation's Restaurant News of America's 15 favorite casual- ... More >>
Federal law gives gay citizens with foreign partners tough choices: Leave the U.S.A. Lose your love. Break the law.
The semifinalists for the 2010 James Beard Restaurant Awards were announced today, and not surprisingly, the Bay Area has shown well. Also not surprising are many of the people on the list. Of the 35 Bay Area semifinalists named, 14 are repeats from the semifinals last year (marked with an asteri ... More >>
timeoutnewyork/FlickrChang: A bad case of produce envy.The day after publication of his book, the wonderful Momofuku (Clarkson Potter, $40), SFoodie spoke wiith New York chef David Chang. You know, the guy who stirred up a shit storm earlier this month with the comment that "fuckin' every res ... More >>
Is outgoing school Superintendent Arlene Ackerman worth a huge severance package and $45,000 in credit card charges? Find out where you stand!
An entertaining tasting menu of sweet and savory short plays
Talking to R.W. Apple Jr. about Apple's America over lunch
Calvin Trillin and assorted other out-of-town tipsters inspire a round of tacos
Week of December 24, 2002