dead redhead/FlickrIrish California: An Evening with the California Historical Society Collection Where: California Historical Society, 678 Mission (at Annie), 357-1848 When: Tonight, Mar. 16, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Cost: $4 suggested donation The rundown: You're over St. Patrick's Day, we get i ... More >>
mare d./YelpLocal Mission Eatery's First Anniversary and St. Patrick's Day Dinner Where: Local Mission Eatery, 3111 24th St. (at Folsom), 655-3422 When: Thu., Mar. 17, 5:30-10 p.m.; walk-ins only Cost: $10 per plate of food, $2 Trumer pilsners; regular wine and beer list also available T ... More >>
Chris MacArthur/SF WeeklyBelfast bap with egg, Irish bacon, cheddar, and black sausages ($6).Monday, July 12, 2010 When the Potrero branch of John Campbell's Irish Bakery opened last week, it brought along the Belfast bap, premade, wrapped in paper, and loaded into the pastry case (ask to ha ... More >>
Jonathan KauffmanHad I known soda bread could be this good...A weekly survey of bread in San Francisco ― the baked and the fried, the artisan and the novelty.Raisin Soda Bread Source: John Campbell's Irish Bakery, 5625 Geary (at 21st Ave.) 387-1536. Price: $5.75 Toast-appropriateness: 7/1 ... More >>
Wes M./YelpThe reappearance of emerald-green signs and images scary leprechauns can mean one thing: The annual binge known as St. Patrick's Day is nigh. Whether or not you possess freckles and fishbelly-white skin, March 17 represents a good excuse to imbibe fine Irish beer and whisky, all in ... More >>
Meredith BrodyThe corned beef and cabbage: Impeccable.What are the chances that a venerable institution is forced to vacate its beautifully preserved location of 50 years, only to find another historic venue right next door? Last October, family-owned Brennan's -- Berkeley's beloved cafeteria and ho ... More >>
Tuesday, June 9, 2009 Let's do lunch: Animal fats and starches: They're not just for breakfast anymore. SF Weekly critic Meredith Brody suggests lubricating your brogue with the Irish breakfast (eggs, Irish bacon, pork sausage, pork pudding, fried potatoes, baked beans, and Irish soda bread) at the ... More >>
We can't know what tomorrow may bring, but 2008 offered a lot of swell eating.
If you can't get out of town, try a place off the beaten track.
O'Reilly's Holy Grail satisfies on every level: a beautiful room with interesting and delicious food
Smiling over the shepherd's pie and a pint of Guinness at Wilde Oscar's
Noe Valley Bakery