Food and Wine

Tasty tapas in secret Pawn Shop on Mission

Entry into The Pawn Shop at Mission and Sixth streets in The…

The storied history, and elegant wines, of Larkmead

All wineries have a story, but few match that of Larkmead, located…

Wine that favors nuance over sheer power

Sometimes the availability of special fruit can lure winemakers out of their…

Selling the best of the West wines —along with the cheese

Chris Wanner, who owns West Coast Wine and Cheese with his wife…

Finding pleasure in pinot noir for its versatility and compatibility

Now that winter is upon us, an assessment of my small wine…

An Italian red tops Wine Spectator’s list of best wines of 2018

Wine Spectator is releasing its annual “Top 100” wines list. Some critics…

‘Tables’ tells tales of SF’s historic eateries

“I was always a big fan of Anthony Bourdain’s storytelling,” says Denise…

Expanded gallery, dining, cocktail options in The City

Ever Gold [Projects], a gallery at 1275 Minnesota St., is on summer…

New Voices choir invites transgender singers

There’s a new community choir in The City — specifically for singers…

Making mischief with art and beverages

San Francisco artist Ian Ross has been busy making mischief at the…

Iconic Mitchell’s Ice Cream turns 65

Linda Mitchell gets a little choked up upon thinking about her family’s…

Fine wine from The Grade

In his 1883 memoir “The Silverado Squatters,” Robert Louis Stevenson describes traveling…

Project Open Hand chef serves healthy meals by the thousands

Every year, executive chef Adrian Barrow looks forward to Project Open Hand’s…

Clift shows off bees, honey-themed menu

San Francisco's Clift hotel, home to bees on its roof, introduced a…

Don’t miss out on fried chicken and bubbly at Maybeck’s

For classic American fare made with care and thought — and with…

‘Unique Eats’ tells stories behind SF dining spots

The main point that food and travel writer Kimberley Lovato makes about…

The only Michelin-starred restaurant in the East Bay belongs at the top of the heap for its versatility alone

Nothing reveals the Michelin guide’s metropolitan bias quite like the fact that…

Review: Taco night at SF County Jail No. 5

The dinner (served around 3 p.m.) on the menu for roughly 500…

Seven years in, Sons & Daughters remains

I think — I hope — we’re emerging from the anti-carb backlash.…

KQED doc a charming profile of food pioneer Jacques Pépin

Jacques Pépin has said, “I don’t know what my last meal will…