Toro E./YelpNot bad for 60.Our favorite morsel from the blogs. La Victoria, 24th Street's immovable presence, is 60 years old. Instead of things like Depends and mall walkers (customary gifts for any sexagenarian) owner Jaime Maldonado wants your reminiscences ― an essay in 300 words or le ... More >>
Kim Severson's byline is well known in the San Francisco food world. Before moving on to the New York Times, where she covers national food stories, she was at the San Francisco Chronicle, her reportage graduating from the food section to the front page. This April, Severson published Spoon Fed: ... More >>
aloveletteraway/FlickrNo need to drown these in pizza sauce and melted mozzarella.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.
Some events you won't be able to afford. Others cost just $10. The Old Mint is closed to the public and only sporadically open for private events, but the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society has planned an exhibit and series of events to give unprecedented access to the gorgeous and o ... More >>
Our favorite morsel from the blogs. The only white meat: 7x7's Jessica Battilana takes porchetta head on, probing the trend that's made the sliced pork as common a sandwich filling as honey-roasted turkey. Exagerrating. Still, from the Ferry Building to Dogpatch, you can't swing a cat in thi ... More >>
Today, SFoodie launches Queer Food Capital, a daily countdown to Pride on June 28. We'll be taking a look at the city's LGBT dining, wine, and bar culture, featuring interviews with prominent out chefs and other foodies, guides, even notes on history. First up? For out-of-towners seeking a nig ... More >>
In Praise of Sardines via FlickrRange's light hasn't dimmed a bit in four yearsIt's rare that a restaurant critic gets to revisit favorite places, whether old or new. We're always looking for the next place to write about. (It's surprising how many friends will mention, after they read my review of ... More >>
Our out-of-town visitor will eat anywhere, as long as it's really good