Perched in a corner of the miniscule kitchen at Clooney's Pub in the Mission, Tom Pizzica doesn't pull any punches when discussing his new pop-up, Belly Burgers. "I want my burger to be the cheapest, fastest, best gourmet burger in San Francisco. I just don't believe in the $13 burger," the forme ... More >>
Like a good Boss Hogg scheme or the possibility of an attic bedroom, SF Weekly turned TV siblings against each other last night.
Over on NBC's Parenthood, which is set in the East Bay and is more about parenting than the 'hood, entrepreneurial brothers Adam and Crosby found all their old-time jeal ... More >>
Carina OstDo your dream of hot dog slices, great fried balls of macaroni and cheese, and can't stop humming the Rice-A-Roni jingle? Well, we have got the teenage wet dream treat for you.
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Last week SFoodie brought you the hot and hunky men of food television. Today, the companion post so hot it'll melt your listicle, their sultry female counterparts, the women you've watched tying up your meat, sizzling your pot, and making you run your Tivo in slow-mo. We give you the eight sexiest ... More >>
How much was that parking meter in the window...Big rigs! Bridges! Barack! Brobdingnagian amounts of rain! And now: Quiz! 1. How did the San Francisco Police Department describe a man who fell -- and was allegedly pushed -- out of a fifth-story window in the wee hours on Thursday? A. "Unpopular"B ... More >>
The holy trinity at Taqueria Pancho Villa.Austin, Tex., taco blogger Mando Rayo (aka El Mundo de Mando of TacoJournalism) was in Cali this week, getting his first-ever taste of S.F. flavor. How did the Mission stack up to taco culture in Central Texas? Read on, homie.
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Sadly, it's too late to wheedle a cable car sponsorship out of Thelonious MonkWhen Municipal Transportation Agency director Malcolm Heinicke earlier this week proposed selling off "sponsorships" to the city's treasured cable cars as a means of making the city's ends meet, you could almost hear the r ... More >>