SFoodie's countdown of our favorite 50 things to eat and drink, 2012 edition
If the era of gorgeously simple Bay Area cuisine ushered in by chefs like Judy Rogers and Paul Bertolli has taught us anything, it's that nothing is too humble for us to lavish attention on. We have become a city of ... More >>
CUESACUESA's Ninth Annual Sunday Supper
When: Sunday, Oct. 2, 6-9:30 p.m.
Where: 1 Ferry Building (at Embarcadero)
Cost: $200, tickets here.
The Rundown: Like Knights of the Round Table, CUESA's Sunday Supper brings together some of the finest in their field. Bay Area chefs will prepar ... More >>
Allan Ferguson/FlickrSite of the Mission's biggest-ever popup resturant.Two years ago, when Mission High School had some of the lowest California Standards Test scores in the state, Principal Eric Guthertz promised the students that if they raised their scores, he'd get a tattoo of the school mas ... More >>
Lara HataAn eBay auction of items donated by local chefs also seeks to raise money.Ragazza is hosting a benefit to raise cash for a former staff member who was among the targets of a violent crime last month. The Jan. 24 fundraiser aims to raise funds to help with the victim's medical bills a ... More >>
mswine/FlickrThali with lamb curry ($10.95).Monday, June 21, 2010
Sonya Philip | waxandwool/FlickrIt's two years since Kasa launched at the eastern pole of the Castro's 18th Street cruise corridor. Chef-owner Anamika Khanna grew up in a Punjabi enclave in London ― leave it to someon ... More >>
Alex Jackson, chef and partner in The Corner, is accomplishing the rare feat of opening two restaurants at once. The first, a small Puerto Rican restaurant named Parada 22, opened in the Upper Haight six weeks ago ― check back next week for more information on that project. The second, Black S ... More >>
Cheryl Bower/FlickrStart saving up.Outstanding in the Field stages al fresco dinners at organic farms around the country, touring from site to site in a 57-year-old bus that probably runs on spring onion fumes and goat cheese whey. Now in its 11th year, Jim Denevan's operation has been across ... More >>
J. BirdsallThough it's on a street that skews residential, Frances feels strictly Manhattan: tight tables, even tighter bar seating, and a stripped-down design of darks and whites that nevertheless gestures toward American rustic. Melissa Perello's cooking reveals a similar tension. The place ... More >>
It's he-e-e-re.The outgoing message isn't saying, and the Website looks as lifeless as your brother-in-law on the sofa after binging on tryptophan and white Zinfandel on Thanksgiving. But the Castro's long-awaited eatery Frances (3870 17th St. at Pond) is due to drop within hours -- OpenTable ... More >>
Melissa Perello was born in Nutley, N.J., lived in Houston, and went to cooking school in upstate New York, but San Francisco is where the 32-year-old chef formed her restaurant bones. She arrived here fresh from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y., to gig with mentor Michael Mina a ... More >>
Food NetworkCome on -- you've watched trashier TV before.We admit it. With so many food shows taping in these parts lately, we've relegated Chefs vs. City to the inner chip recesses of the DVR machine, back where Jamie at Home mingles with old eps of Breaking Bad.
Tonight's installment takes ... More >>