February 15, 2012

“A person who likes to eat and drink can really pull the plug in San Francisco. It has everything from the world’s best hamburgers… to the world’s most esoteric and exotic foods… And, as San Francisco is a very small city, your choice for the evening is never more than minutes away.”
Russell Chatham, Dark Waters

February rolls on… and there are two new SF openings you might want to visit sooner rather than later: The Latest features State Bird Provisions, a dim sum-style, gourmet- casual restaurant that is already one of the most exciting meals in town. You haven’t seen a soda fountain like the 1930’s style fountain revived at Ice Cream Bar, featured in Top Tastes.

Imbiber reviews a new product: a revived, 19th century orange liqueur, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curacao Ancienne Methode.

I share food, restaurant and bar highlights in the city of Bordeaux, France, in Wandering Traveler.

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