Category: Food & Dining

‘Tables’ tells tales of SF’s historic eateries

“I was always a big fan of Anthony Bourdain’s storytelling,” says Denise Clifton, author of “Tables From The Rubble: How…

3 weeks ago

Expanded gallery, dining, cocktail options in The City

Ever Gold [Projects], a gallery at 1275 Minnesota St., is on summer break now, but has great plans for expansion…

4 weeks ago

New Voices choir invites transgender singers

There’s a new community choir in The City — specifically for singers who are transgender, intersex and genderqueer. New Voices…

2 months ago

Making mischief with art and beverages

San Francisco artist Ian Ross has been busy making mischief at the corner of Potrero Avenue and 18th Street. On…

2 months ago

Iconic Mitchell’s Ice Cream turns 65

Linda Mitchell gets a little choked up upon thinking about her family’s ice cream store’s 65th anniversary celebration on July…

2 months ago

Fine wine from The Grade

In his 1883 memoir “The Silverado Squatters,” Robert Louis Stevenson describes traveling through north Napa Valley. Commenting on Mount Saint…

3 months ago

Project Open Hand chef serves healthy meals by the thousands

Every year, executive chef Adrian Barrow looks forward to Project Open Hand’s benefit luncheon. “It’s one of my favorite events;…

9 months ago

Clift shows off bees, honey-themed menu

San Francisco's Clift hotel, home to bees on its roof, introduced a honey-centric menu in its glamorous Redwood Room on…

10 months ago