Almost as time-honored as the holiday feast is the holiday food hangover. We've spent the past few days -- well, the past month, if we're being honest about it -- eating and drinking whatever happened to come our way, culminating in an epic Christmas dinner last night. And though we certainly over-i ... More >>
The latest gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
The Boulettes Larder team is pretty busy. Beyond the plans to expand their Ferry Building shop to include the Bouli Bar in the space next door, Inside Scoop also shares they're working on a restaurant space on Polk ... More >>
Nick's Pizza: Made in Oakland opens today in Chef Nick Yapor-Cox's hometown.
Yapor-Cox dubbed his sourdough and seasonally inspired pies "Oakland Style" to describe the local and sustainable ingredients that distinguish his pizzas.
Yapor-Cox says it was the Meyer lemons and a longing for real sour ... More >>
Debbie Horn is probably the coolest woman we have never met.
Two months ago, she convinced her friend and owner of Escape From New York Pizza on Bush Street to transform his pizza parlor to a nighttime pop-up bar, called After Hours Bar.
Horn constructed a bar around the counter of the pizza place ... More >>
Jonathan KauffmanCasey's Pizza Truck, the food-truck equivalent of a silver fox.Yesterday marked the first official appearance of Casey's Pizza Truck, the four-wheeled, upscaled home for Casey Crynes' thin-crust pizzas. Crynes has long impressed SFoodie with the thin-crust pies he has been making ... More >>
Jen SiskaYou want to get with Nojo's tempura? OpenTable won't hook you up.
Five years ago, it would have been hard to imagine the lock that OpenTable now has on San Francisco restaurants. From the highest of the high end to mid-priced neighborhood places, the locally based online reservations com ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
Last week we mentioned two pizza places eyeing S.F., the opening of Pachino, and the shutdown of PizzaHacker. Just in case that wasn't enough pizza news, Fisherman's Wharf is getting ready to welcome a ne ... More >>
Every week I take the N-Judah out to Ocean Beach for work, just another speck among specks, stopping at the very end of the line and walking several blocks to my client's house. If I have time, I always stop in at the Pizza Place on Noriega at the corner of 46th Avenue. It's just like its name -- ... More >>
Jun BelenLunch plate at Oakland's No Worries, featuring afritada (right) made from soy "chicken."Twelve months, ten storylines: It's SFoodie's annual look back at the year in food.
In 2010 vegan food exploded ― all over our faces, deliciously. Sorry, that image is gross, but really: It was ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the
San Francisco restaurant scene.Eater SF's Carolyn A. reports that Oakland's popular Le Cheval closed on Friday after being evicted. The owner is maintaining his Berkeley and Walnut Creek branches, and his son is opening up ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene.Carolyn A. at Eater posts an update on the forthcoming Fatted Calf shop in Hayes Valley (320 Fell, www.fattedcalf.com), which owner Taylor Boetticher hopes will open mid-September. The pi ... More >>
Fenchurch!/FlickrDeep-dish slice from Zachary's: Representative of local pizza?Our favorite morsel from the blogs.
Pie freak: Serious Eats' Adam Kuban pulled off another wonderfully OCD examination of Bay Area pizza this weekend, part of his 50-part, map-crawling United States of Pizza serie ... More >>
joeywan/FlickrSooner or later, everybody's gonna know.Last week, CNN picked up a Mental Floss story running down secret menu items at fast food restaurants, whispering of such sneaky exit-ramp pleasures as the grotesque four-patty Meat Cube at Wendy's, Taco Bell's unadvertised green chile sau ... More >>
zipfly/FlickrWho are we to disagree with Ed Levine, for chrissake?We're not sure why we turned down Delfina for this. Dinner was a thoughtful treat, extended impulsively out of sympathy for a rough 24 hours culminating in 10 excruciating minutes with the most alarmingly awful customer service ... More >>