Il Casaro Pizzeria and Mozzarella Bar is a new Neapolitan addition to the occasionally lackluster strip of touristy, overpriced Italian restaurants in San Francisco's vestigial Little Italy. It is also superb in nearly every way, my only regret being a stomach capacity too limited to sample the mozz ... More >>
Here's some good news from the food desk: Starting July 16, author/editor/good person Anna Roth will take over the role of S.F. Weekly's lead food writer, restaurant critic, and SFoodie blog wrangler.You might know Roth from her work at eHow Food, Citysearch, her Tumblr, or her excellent book o ... More >>
Photos by W. Blake GrayCoffee is such a personal thing. If I like cappuccino, you like drip coffee black, and Bill Cosby likes a triple-tall nonfat extra-hot no-foam latte (apparently true), we're not going to agree on what the best coffee shop is. But I'm the guy with the pen keyboard soapb ... More >>
sanfranciscodays.comFollowing last night's discussion of the influence of coffee, seafood, produce, and place on our culinary lineage, San Francisco Museum and Historical Society takes to the streets of North Beach this weekend for a Javawalk, where the conversation about coffee will be exten ... More >>
Janice Hahn, coffee not includedSpotting Aaron Peskin at Caffe Trieste is something like seeing Norm Peterson at Cheers. He's a valued customer. But you could be forgiven for pulling a Peskin double-take today. He had an interesting caffeinated meeting this afternoon -- with Janice Hahn, Gavin Ne ... More >>
All photos | Joe EskenaziAWOOOOOOOO!File this one in the "You don't see that every day" category. Unless, of course, you're David Stahl. If you're him, then you see your pair of wolf-malamute mixes jaunting about the city. That's "Lobo" above -- he's got a head the size of an anvil and weighs ... More >>
Give a listen to this city's wide array of authentic music.
Uva Enoteca brings quite a bit of dolce vita to the Lower Haight.
Our Indian and eastern music writer Andrea Pflaumer brings us word of a didjeridu hoe-down this Friday. -ed Down under Meets over the Top by Andrea Pflaumer Some curious concoctions, like chocolate/garlic sorbet, are best left in the minds of wannabe chefs on the Food Channel. Others, like Teed ... More >>
The sole Istrian restaurant on the West Coast is hiding in plain sight
Two new East Bay restaurants have foodies talking with their mouths full
Latte art: cappuccino that a barista draws a milk design in
Cool Light Show, A Votre Sante, Late Harvest in the Valley, Butt Ugly Open and Shut, Go for the Gold, and Ciao
The strange quest of San Anselmo's Graham Hawkes, who will dive a two-man submarine to the deepest point in the ocean. If someone gives him $7 million.