Our weekly bite explores the city's food trucks, one at a time, highlighting our favorite mobile dishes and snacks.
The Truck: Cholita Linda
The Cuisine: Mexican mixed with Peruvian with a dash of Cuban
Specialty Items: Tacos and aguas frescas
Worth the Wait in Line? At peak time, a total 20 minute ... More >>
This San Francisco pop up is big news in Peru. Gracing the front page of Peru's biggest newspaper, El Comercio, Lima Peruvian is bringing Peruvian street food to San Francisco just like it's done on the streets of Lima -- filling in a gap in San Francisco's food scene with a yin to La Mar's high end ... More >>
When you've been to enough bars and had enough cocktails, you begin to glean quite a bit of information from the contents of a drink. Tease through the evidence in the ingredients like a CSI (Cocktail Special Investigation) member and you can find the (figurative) fingerprints of the maker -- or fas ... More >>
A 26-year-old woman managed to fend off two men who forced her into car as she walked through the SOMA neighborhood Friday afternoon. According to police, the men pulled up to the corner of 8th and Minna streets; one of the men got out of the vehicle and asked the woman for directions. Before she ... More >>
In an effort to chart the ever-expanding specialty coffee scene in the Bay Area, we've been engaging a selection of local coffee personalities to pick their brains about why coffee and why now. Today we talk with Shark Senesac of De La Paz Coffee.---You're in the process of opening a new ... More >>
Brazilian piranha "ribs," voracious teeth not included.Private Wild Game Dinners
Where: The Big 4
When: Now through November
Before settling into my job as a music/food/everything writer this summer at SF Weekly, I did something that every college student dreams of (and salivates about): go ... More >>
The Pisco BookThe middle of the week isn't usually a celebration day ― it's the conservative, dowdy child of the seven, complete with headgear and prescription shoes. Well, Wednesday just got a makeover (at least this week), thanks to two events that should put the ump back in hump day.
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John BirdsallThe Sanguchon truck was originally slated to launch in March.An update on the Sanguchon Peruvian sandwich truck SFoodie first reported about in January, after spotting signs for it scattered around Potrero Hill. Owner Carlos Altamirano (Mochica, Piqueo's, La Costanera) revealed t ... More >>
Alex HochmanCousins on bikes: Bicycle Coffee's Brad Butler, left, and Brandon McKee.In June 2009, Bicycle Coffee Co. began delivering freshly roasted organic, fair trade, single-origin Arabica beans to stores and cafes via bicycle. Bicycle Coffee sets up at the Grand Lake farmers' market on S ... More >>
Tamara PalmerPizzaHacker Jeff Krupman has devised a way to bring a taste of his street-slung pies into people's kitchens with the introduction of new frozen pizza dough balls. Made with organic wheat and pizza flours (most likely from Central Milling), sourdough starter, filtered water, and L ... More >>
Thomas C./YelpThe Montara eatery is the third restaurant by the owner of Mochica and Piqueos.Chef Carlos Altamirano, owner of local Peruvian restaurants Mochica and Piqueos, tonight celebrates the first anniversary of his third restaurant, La Costanera. The festivities start at 7 p.m.
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This is Wilbert, everyone. He's a a three-haired, yellow-bellied, stuffed monkey who started his world travels in San Francisco on May 4, 2008. Since then, he's hit up Paris, Jamaica, New York City, Toronto, Vegas, Tokyo, the Amazon, Rio De Janeiro, China, Greece, Oklahoma, ... More >>