San Francisco police are asking for your help in locating the man who shot another man inside a Visitaction Valley Happy Donuts earlier this week. Police say it's urgent, as the suspect could be dying from wounds he got during the robbery.
On Monday just before 3 a.m., the armed robber walked into the pastry shop on the 2600 Block of Bayshore Boulevard where he attempted to rob the owner who pulled out his own knife, police said.
The food Twittersphere has been buzzing this morning about the news of a fire last night at iconic Berkeley restaurant Chez Panisse. The fire was first reported around 3 a.m. by a passer-by, and contained sometime between 3:30 and 3:45 a.m. -- before the blaze could f-up any more than the exterior and front porch, according to reports from several sources.
Alice Waters told The New York Times that she hoped to re-open the popular cafe later this week, thanks to her business interruption insurance.
But there's got to a silver lining to this tragedy.
Hey pescatarians, take note. The California Department of Public Health is warning hungry people not to eat harvested mussels, clams, or whole scallops that come from Marin County where dangerous levels of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins have been detected in this region.
Specifically, the toxins were detected in the mussels, but clams and scallops may also pose a health risk, officials said. And what happens if you do eat fish that hosts the poisonous toxins?
You can can get sick, or worse die, according to the California Department of Health.
Eating fatty pizza has officially become a good deed.
This week you and your friends can eat at any California Pizza Kitchen across the state and 20 percent of your bill will go to help the families of two Los Angeles police officers who were shot and killed by former LA cop Christopher Dorner.
If you are single, and starving, today is officially no longer Valentine's Day as you know it -- It's now National Food Truck Date Day.
Jeanna Barrett, a frustrated online dater-turned-S.F.entrepreneur, has rolled out this delicious idea that we all ignore today's lame American holiday forced on us every year and instead declare it the one day where you run around to food trucks, stuff your face, and love it.
It's like Christmas morning for flapjack lovers. Today is National Pancake Day, which means you can eat all the hot cakes you want.
And if you are feeling too lazy to cook, you could just hop the bus to the nearest IHOP, where the kind breakfast folks are handing out free hotcakes to everyone.
Of course there's a catch.
It's a gray day in tattered titletown, as men and women in grungy Niners hats, jerseys, and -- we're guessing -- red-and-gold undergarments sloppily stagger home through the chilly fog.
There are any number of ways to begin overcoming the chemical and emotional effects of yesterday's Super Bowl loss. There are mature and adult methods of coping with the incredible frustration of your team's agonizing and hard-fought loss of a football game over which you have no control.
Or you can stick some pudding in your face.
In an ad campaign every bit as bizarre as Jim Harbaugh's goal-line playcalling, Jell-O is offering a "Pudding Surprise" Tuesday at 12:30 at Broadway and Columbus. Former Niners safety Ronnie Lott will host the event, which makes no goddamn sense -- other than that he used to transform other men's cerebral cortexes into pudding for a living.
As promised, we're delivering some compelling images of Boone, the football-loving rhino, breaking his fast with a bowl of the Baltimore Ravens this morning.
The staff over at the San Francisco Zoo mashed together this delicious vegetarian concoction of eggplant, yellow squash, and cabbage to represent the Baltimore Ravens.