The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene. All S.F. hookah flames are set to be extinguished, so if you want to get in a little more of that shisha, better do it soon. The Feast shares, via Inside Scoop, Kan Zaman and Marrakech Moroccan R ... More >>
Well, the Giants didn't get much love from Jimmy Kimmel's L.A. crowd last night, but Kimmel did call out Marin's Huey Lewis on Sports being kind of a lame title for an essential multi-platinum-selling album. And Lewis, to his credit, summoned a rather humorous retort.But more to the point: Lewis ... More >>
San Francisco may be the food capital of the United States (at least in our minds), but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of other destinations worthy of gastro-tourism this fall. Fasten your seat belt (and undo the top button of your jeans) as we take you to some of our global favorites.1. B ... More >>
Moira Hodgson's It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: My Adventures in Life and Food (Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, $24.95) might have been subtitled The Education of a Restaurant Critic. The author's addition to an ever-expanding list of food memoirs will surprise (and probably charm) anyone unfamilia ... More >>
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