Our weekly bite explores the city's food trucks, one at a time, highlighting our favorite mobile dishes and snacks.
The Truck: El Tonayense
The Cuisine: Jalisco style Mexican food
Specialty Items: The tacos
Worth the Wait in Line? At peak lunch time, a total 4 minutes from the end of the line to fo ... More >>
Since this week is the perfect storm of events and happenings, we're making sure you don't miss a sip. Here is our guide to all the booziest and best events that this crazy, everything-happening-at-once week has to offer.
- Off The Pier Celebrates Fleet Weekend With Street Food
- The Best ... More >>
The power of food to transport us with flavors and smells is what makes eating and drinking such a personal experience. It is what endeared me to the lively and cozy Copita Tequileria y Comida in Sausalito. Sitting at the bar takes me to the beaches of Jalisco, Mexico, where a yearly tradition with ... More >>
Talk about late bloomers. Tapatio* Tequila ($33/one liter bottle, 40% alcohol by volume), a new spirit hitting shelves in the US, is a 75-year old brand that is popular in Mexico for having a balance of flavor, quality, and value.
Produced at La Alteña (NOM 1139) in the highlands of Jalisco with 1 ... More >>
Tyler GourleyAfter a few foiled attempts by PG&E, the Mexico City styled tequila bar Mosto officially opens tonight, reports the crew from Tacolicious, which is also opening next door.
The bar may be a demure 700 square feet, but it boasts over 326 different bottles of tequila, mezcal, and ... More >>
"Bring it, Sammy"
Carlos Santana, your local guitar god, is endorsing some expensive tequila brand called Casa Noble. Wow. Cool. Amaaazing.
Okay, not really. Apparently the 10-time Grammy winner has a "passion for excellence" or something, and so do the people over at this particular Jalisc ... More >>
"Really, Georgia?"Beware, people of states with drastic immigration laws: Santana is angry with you.
Days after Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed off on a new Arizona-style regulation, Carlos Santana brought the immigrant-friendly spirit of Bay Area liberalism to baseball's yearly Civil Righ ... More >>
Jonathan KauffmanQuesadillas with ham and cheese (and pork and avocado and...), $7. The Aguirre family, who run the colorful, congenial Los Yaquis on S. Van Ness and 15th St., are doing something no other San Francisco restaurant is: serving Jalisco-style botanas (snacks) and smothered antojitos ... More >>
Cafe Reverie's pozole verde: Bring your own radishes.When we need to escape the pull of the Internet, SFoodie occasionally works at Cole Valley's wifi-free Cafe Reverie, a friendly place with comfortable seats, beer as well as coffee, and an ever-so-slightly gourmetified menu of sandwiches, burge ... More >>
gwen/FlickrAll the tostadas are pretty much a delight, though we're particularly fond of the pulpo.As a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. All the tasty details after the jump.
J. BirdsallJalisco heap.Weds., Jan. 27, 2010
It's not often that the city's pool of Mexican-born line and prep cooks gets to express itself on a menu, which is why COCO 500's Jalisco-style roasted chicken salad is a find. Inspired by a dish at family meal (a restaurant's staff grub), it's a ... More >>