Civility isn't something you associate with food truck events, but are you really looking for "wholesome" among the carts? Part of the fun is the mass of humanity, the snaking lines, the comparing of food tips with strangers, and the discovery we have more room in our stomachs than we previously th ... More >>
The trend of brunch served with a side of music has been cooking in the Bay Area for a few decades now; old club kids might remember Boogie Buffet, a weekly Sunday party in San Francisco held in the mid-Nineties where food was set to a chic beat. Today, like waffles and syrup, it's still a great com ... More >>
The past 72 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
Local food media might be the only non-tourists to notice that restaurant XYZ in S.F.'s hotel W (181 Third St., at Howard) closed yesterday. Its replacement: Trace, due this summer. The pitch: locavorean ... More >>