The Mediterranean kitchen Troya's new Fillmore location debuted last Wednesday, featuring a more sophisticated spin on the traditional Turkish cuisine and decor that owners Berk Kinalilar and Brigitte Cullen are known for.
Initially set to open the day before, the staff had to push things back a b ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
All Things D
There's a large, looming bison head mounted to the wall of a Facebook conference room, and while Refinery 29 couldn't confirm the buffalo (in the picture from All Things D) was indeed ... More >>
For all the Russian, Georgian, and Polish markets on Geary and Clement -- their variety and quality has improved dramatically over the past decade -- their popularity doesn't seem to translate into Eastern European restaurants in this city. Stalwarts like Cinderella and the lovely Katia's Tea Roo ... More >>
Kovalchuk.Nikolay/FlickrKulich."Kulich [pronounced koo-LEECH] is a sweet Easter bread that's kind of like panettone," says Biba Belikow, a congregation member at the gorgeous, gold-domed Holy Virgin Cathedral in the Outer Richmond. This Sunday, the cathedral is holding a kulich-decorating event f ... More >>
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Let's do lunch:
SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody recommends checking out the pelmeny and stuffed cabbage at Cinderella Bakery & Restaurant (436 Balboa near Sixth Ave.), 751-9690.
Nobody can drink like Aussies. And while they might know diddly about Ame ... More >>