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The Palm House: High-End Frozen Margaritas and Caribbean Fusion in the Marina The Palm House: High-End Frozen Margaritas and Caribbean Fusion in the Marina

The Marina's new Palm House has the most attractive frozen slushie machine you've ever seen. The slushies circulate hypnotically in the porthole of a copper-fronted, wood-lined machine — and the… More >>

Yamo's House Noodles: Sometimes Less Is More Yamo's House Noodles: Sometimes Less Is More

Yamo's House Noodle with Beef is a simple dish with just a few ingredients. But sometimes less truly is more. Fresh egg noodles are boiled to order and are cooked just… More >>

Speakeasy Celebrates 17 Years of Beer Speakeasy Celebrates 17 Years of Beer

Vinos rejoice ... sort of. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on July 8 allowing patrons to participate in wine tastings at farmers markets offered by winemakers who bottle their… More >>

Wine Tastings Now Allowed at Farmers Markets

Vinos rejoice ... sort of. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on July 8 allowing patrons to participate in wine tastings at farmers markets offered by winemakers who bottle their… More >>

Distillations: Exploring the Transitory Nature of Life at The Interval Distillations: Exploring the Transitory Nature of Life at The Interval

A recluse named Noah bumped into me at a party. "You must really love nightlife, right?" he said. "Parties, bars?" "Well ... sure," I said, desperately hoping he wasn't going to… More >>

Recent Openers July 16-22, 2014

ANAR Restaurant: The Mohammadi family brings authentic Persian cuisine to SOMA. With a restaurant back in Iran, you can expect their chicken with pomegranate sauce, herbed feta cheese with bread,… More >>

Meats, Not Tweets: Tech Companies Like AgLocal Are Building Social Networks to Connect You With Your Food Meats, Not Tweets: Tech Companies Like AgLocal Are Building Social Networks to Connect You With Your Food

Even the most cynical in our food culture — say the inventors of Jack in the Box's Exploding Cheesy Chicken Munchie Meal — have to concede that Americans care more… More >>

Distillations: Steak Out at Ruth's Chris Distillations: Steak Out at Ruth's Chris

I was never planning to review the bar in Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. But I needed a fancy celebratory dinner on short notice, the local restaurants I tried were booked, and… More >>

Choose Your Own Arepa at The Palace Choose Your Own Arepa at The Palace

Chef Manny Torres Giminez celebrated his one-year anniversary at The Palace just last month. Giminez, whose restaurant resume includes A16, SPQR, Quince, and Coi, became well-known for his affordably priced… More >>

Minas Brazilian Restaurant & Cachaceria: Your New Caipirinha HQ Minas Brazilian Restaurant & Cachaceria: Your New Caipirinha HQ

In the space formerly home to Canto Do Brasil comes Minas Brazilian Restaurant and Cachaçeria, an equally vivacious pre-opera or post-World Cup match Brazilian restaurant painted the colors of a… More >>

Ume Brings a Refined California-Japanese Sensibility to Oakland

A couple of months ago, Daniel Patterson closed the doors on his Oakland hideout Plum, only to kick them open a few days later with his Japanese-flavored reinvention, Ume —… More >>

Recent Openers July 9-15, 2014

ANAR Restaurant: The Mohammadi family brings authentic Persian cuisine to SOMA. With a restaurant back in Iran, you can expect their chicken with pomegranate sauce, herbed feta cheese with bread,… More >>

Schroeder's: One of San Francisco's Oldest Restaurants Gets the Small Plates Treatment Schroeder's: One of San Francisco's Oldest Restaurants Gets the Small Plates Treatment

A German restaurant named Schroeder's has been open in downtown San Francisco for the past 121 years, though the merchants and sea captains who frequented the original lunch counter would… More >>

A Fruit Tree Grows in AT&T Park A Fruit Tree Grows in AT&T Park

Right behind the center field wall, in most ballparks, fans can find some unique attraction that pertains to the team or the city's character in some way. (Yankee Stadium has… More >>

Samovar Tea Lounge Sets Tone for New Wave of Fancy Tea Samovar Tea Lounge Sets Tone for New Wave of Fancy Tea

Of all the design elements the world needs to see more of, travertine has got to be one. The off-white porous limestone formed the crux of the International Style, and… More >>

Distillations: Powered by Passion at Jamber Wine Pub Distillations: Powered by Passion at Jamber Wine Pub

The Jamber Wine Pub, on Folsom, was virtually empty when I arrived ­— but, to be fair, I'd come much too early in the afternoon for drinking. Honestly, what the… More >>

Recent Openers July 2-8, 2014

Aveline: Casey Thompson's (Top Chef) new spot in the Warwick hotel features an open kitchen where all the new Californian cooking happens. Expect dishes like succulents, pepperoni, and fried chicken;… More >>

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