Food & Drink

Red Hill Station puts Bernal Heights on the map for tasty S.F. seafood

Earlier this year when the real estate website Redfin named Bernal Heights…

Berkeley’s Townie is welcoming spot for all parts of college town

According to at least one source, the word "townie" commonly refers to…

Soul Groove does chicken and waffles to perfection

I was skeptical when I first heard about Soul Groove. A soul…

Visit wine roads less traveled

When it comes to wine drinking, especially for newbies, it’s easy to…

Drinking during pregnancy too dangerous

Q: My sister is having her first child and still has the…

Turkey on Thanksgiving: oven roasted or deep fried?

How do you prepare your turkey on Thanksgiving? Some hold fast to…

Bradley's keeps things 'bountiful, friendly, delicious'

Menlo Park is now home to one of the biggest chef names…

Hard apple cider seeing welcome revival

If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, then some might…

How to stick out in the saturated SF bar scene

The common line around San Francisco these days is that there are…

Mission Picnic's sandwiches taste best eaten inside

Sometimes, no matter how sophisticated or discerning you consider yourself, some of…

Mistress of spices brings Malaysian food to S.F.

Move over Chinese food and step aside Thai cuisine – there's a…

Pastry chef Emily Luchetti preaches dessert without guilt

Veteran San Francisco pastry chef Emily Luchetti is on a mission when…

Pumpkin curry among many choices at Spice Me Thai

Half Moon Bay, home of giant pumpkins and a huge pumpkin festival,…

SF mixologists sourcing fruits and veggies locally

We all have a few memories of family dinners spent pushing mushy…

SF native pays homage to city history in unique gin and absinthe offerings

I'm sitting in the backseat of a Dodge Durango on Treasure Island…

Bistro fare at Le Marais shines with delicacy, subtlety

Le Marais began as a bakery of salt-kissed levains, and the sort…

El Mezcal serves Mexican specialties in South S.F.

El Mezcal Mexican Bistro, new on South San Francisco’s emerging dining scene,…

Musings, observations, news and a sip of history in San Francisco

On a recent walk through the Old Barbary Coast area with Cantina…

It’s time to celebrate with Beaujolais-Villages

With that big holiday coming up in a few weeks, you probably…

Craft pies as you like, down to the crust, at Pizza Studio

At Palo Alto’s new Pizza Studio, diners _ like artists in their…