TomKat/FacebookThomas Thong, who's cooked at the Slanted Door and worked briefly as a sous chef at Heaven's Dog, is teaming up with Alembic bartender Danny Louie to launch an Asian food truck called TomKat. Louie tells SFoodie the partners are already leasing the truck, and they've appled wit ... More >>
John BirdsallSam's ChowderMobile in the courtyard at China Basin.China Basin, the South Beach office complex at 185 Berry that lost a Specialty's Cafe last month is preparing to fill the void with focaccia. Make that Focaccia with a capital F, the FiDi bakery and cafe now readying its second ... More >>
Neither LeBron nor Giselle will be here, sadly. LeBron James may be famously taking his talents to South Beach, but he's filming his soda commercial in North Beach. Joe DiMaggio Park -- named for a prickly athlete who didn't stab his hometown in the back via a callous, nationally televised debacl ... More >>
Voting by race has made the city's political representation more Asian. It could be what puts 33-year-old Jane Kim on the board of supervisors.
chuck l./YelpPublic House is the rare place offering World Series food specials ― some of them geared toward Rangers fans.With AT&T Park in the national spotlight Wednesday for Game One of the World Series, you'd think South Beach restaurants would be busting out specials oozing with Fear t ... More >>
San Francisco Chronicle columnist C.W. Nevius -- excoriated as a "conservative suburban twit" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian for having the temerity to expose Supervisor Chris Daly's purchasing of homes in suburban Fairfield after the supe sat on the news for months -- made a surprise announce ... More >>
Natalie HG/FlickrStrippergrams are so old school; instead, consider a holiday gift of handheld pies from Bike Basket Pies on your favorite person's doorstep. BBP makes sweet, savory, and vegan items.Gift certificates are available in $5 increments, or you can follow some suggestions from owner Na ... More >>
She just became the city's first transgender department head, but Theresa Sparks is already setting her sights on becoming the city's first transgender supervisor.
Thursday, July 16, 2009 Let's do lunch: Grab a table at Ground Zero of Mission gastrocool. SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody advises lunching on a pressed sandwich filled with Idiazabal and membrillo (lightly smoked Spanish sheep's cheese and quince paste) at Tartine Bakery and Café (600 Guerr ... More >>
Evan JamesFormer Miss Trannyshack Raya Light picking up garbage.33rd Frameline Film Festival: Opening Night Thursday, June 18th, 2009The Castro Theatre and Terra GalleryReview and Photos by Evan JamesBetter than: Perishing in obscurity in the south of France. Reeling from the shock of being asked w ... More >>
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