Sushi Zone is one of San Francisco's hidden gems. Located on an alley off Market Street on the edge of Hayes Valley, the tiny restaurant holds only two booths and eight bar stools. The owner, who goes by "Ao," mans the raw sushi bar six nights a week, rolling up some of the freshest sushi and maki r ... More >>
The latest gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene. The team behind Mission Rock & Oyster Bar let us know they're opening the doors to the Mission Bay restaurant August 10. Expect sustainable seafood, waterfront views, a long oyster list, and an extensive bar progra ... More >>
What better way to spend a weekend morning than over dim sum? Waitresses keep offering you tidbits of pork and shrimp, your endless pot of tea gets refilled without asking if you leave the lid up (there's a veteran tip), and at almost every place on this list, six people can eat until you're bore ... More >>
About as close to a living dragon as you can find.Today begins 10 days of gluttony in San Francisco, as families, family associations, and businesses gather to celebrate Lunar New Year. Given that it's the year of the dragon, lobster (whose Chinese name translates literally as "dragon shrimp") wi ... More >>
Anchor & Hope is known for its raw shellfish and its fish 'n' chips, its unfussy but creative rethinking of the seafood house.This Sunday, as just one of the 40 restaurants on parade at SF Weekly's annual dining event, chef Eric Markoff will be preparing a ceviche of rock shrimp, squid, musse ... More >>
Photos by W. Blake GrayShanghai dumplingsWe wound up at Happy Garden because Good Luck Dim Sum across the street had a long line, and we felt like sitting down. Happy Garden has a dim sum menu. And we ordered from it. We were hungry. Only after we ordered and began paying attention to what e ... More >>
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene. Grub Street reports the pending shutter of Kelly's Mission Rock before the end of June. Don't worry, Juanita More!'s post-Pride party is still on, it's just been moved to the Phoenix Hotel for 2011. But w ... More >>
Mona C./YelpChabaa: Quiet, good, cheap.Today's query comes from J.S.:So, the girlfriend's parents and my parents are both flying out to San Francisco to meet each other for the first time. We'd like to take them all out to dinner, but here's the thing: My father is deaf in one ear, and her dad do ... More >>
Get his keys! Quick! The national holiday of overindulging in booze and substandard cheese-related snacks is coming on Feb. 6. Around here, that's what we call it -- The National Holiday of Overindulging in Booze and Substandard Cheese-Related Snacks. Those who are into the whole brevity thing ju ... More >>
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Guinnessgrrl/FlickrAs a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. All the tasty details after the jump.
Penelope's Loom/FlickrSave room for additional pastry -- the sweet kind.As a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. All the tasty details after the jump.
Steph L./YelpThe timbalo di maccheroni: Like a walled castle made of deliciousness.As a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. All the tasty details after the jump.
John BirdsallThe jam changes with the seasons. Right now, it's orange marmalade.As a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. All the tasty details after the jump.
At around 9:05 this morning, a trio of massive crane fresh from the factory in Shanghai passed beneath the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges -- with a Lebron James vertical leap of room to spare. SF Weekly's favorite floating photographer, Gabor Gardonyi, was there. A tugboat chef who moonlights as an ace ... More >>
Monday, August 10, 2009 Let's do lunch: It's gonna be hot, perfect day to relive the summer you took that Italian vacay. Go all Cinque Terre, says Weekly food critic Meredith Brody, via grilled Delta asparagus with lemon aioli and salmon over boccacino pasta with rapini, aglio e olio, and s ... More >>
Monday, June 15, 2009 Let's do lunch: WTF, buddy, you're living in a Mediterranean climate -- eat like it once in a while. SF Weekly restaurant critic Meredith Brody knows the perfect place to start: the ezme and iskender kebap at A La Turca (869 Geary at Larkin, 345-1011). Drink therapy: It open ... More >>
They sent a vegetarian to review Shanghai Dumpling House?
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Assemble your own from a buffet of the year's best dishes
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For its 40th year, the San Francisco International Film Festival boldly goes where it has gone before