Whether it's the local pizzeria, the nine-course tasting menu at the nearest Michelin-starred spot, or maybe that sushi place where the fish is always ridiculously fresh and the service fast, most of us keep a mental list of the restaurants we love the most.
Tran introduced San Francisco to one of her favorite things to eat using fresh California ingredients and Tran family recipes.
Waterbar in San Francisco As 2013 speeds rapidly to a glorious fork in the road and the path to 2014 comes into much clearer view, reflection see...
The Thanksgiving holiday is all about expressing gratitude, but let's be frank: it centers around perhaps the most sumptuous meal we eat all year. Fo...
Why is it so damn hard to find a decent Chicago-style pizza outside Illinois?
I don't get it. Where in the food service literature is it written that restaurants in the U.S. make more money by abusing customers with ear-splitting, communication-ending, stomach-churning music?
The Bay Area has both man-made and natural beauty as well as many fine restaurants. We suggest you take in the views while you take in the calories at these Top 10 restaurants with a view in the Bay Area.
We don't always go to Taco Bell, but when we do, we go to this one. Quite possibly the most bad*ss of T-Bell's 39,000+ chalupa factories, this 20 min-South-of-SF location is unlike any other you've ever been to.
Dogpatch is proof that good things come in small packages. The charming microhood was largely industrial for years, but has become a budding enclave of artisans and craftsmen. It maintains a sleepy, untouched vibe on the surface, with palpitating creativity at the core.
James Beard Award-winning chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski of State Bird Provisions share their favorites.
There are a lot of places in the Bay Area to make Mom's day even more special. We've outlined some Sunday offerings below. You can also visit the Top 10 Mother's Day Brunch Restaurants in the Bay Area to read restaurant reviews. Make a reservation, and don't forget to bring a present!
It's easy to find these tourist highlights, but difficult to find out reliable information about what locals like to do in San Francisco, and other cities around the world, of course.
I spoke with Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert about their upcoming work and new adventures, their perspectives on the food scene in San Francisco, and their perspectives on the movement toward locally grown foods.
San Francisco has no shortage of trendy new restaurants, but there are some classic spots well worth seeking out too -- just don't call them tourist traps. You'll find locals here, dining out on iconic dishes that have been satiating San Franciscans for ages.
A city's cultural scene dictates its dinner hour. While determining the perfect time to dine is far from an exact science, our local correspondents gave us insider tips on how to join the cool kids' table.
Mr. Landsel, with all that being said, I'm hoping you are starting to catch what I'm pitching. Just as our homeless population stinks, so do your arguments.