Whether you’re going out with your own kids, friends with kids or taking out local niece and nephews as I do, you don’t want to compromise what you eat. And you shouldn’t ever have to in San Francisco.
There is no end to the wealth of food education one can casually participate in with children while eating heartwarming, fun meals. Covering a range of cuisines from Korean to Cajun — across neighborhoods — here are eight places you may not initially think of as kid-friendly: Read more →
El Mil Amores in Mission pays tribute to owner Andrea Becerra’s grandma and Mexico City roots… Read more →
My latest article for The Bold Italic, published October 14, 2020, covers 10 of SF’s best brunch/breakfast spots, all comforting us in pandemic:
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Brunch is near religion in San Francisco and there are literally a few hundred places where you can have an exceptional breakfast. From breakfast tacos to champagne and caviar service, high to low, here are 7 of our favorite brunch spots now: Read more →
In my latest Time Out column: in the nation’s baking capital, here are merely 10 of San Francisco’s best bakeries. Time Out bakery article here. Well beyond our famed San Francisco sourdough, the SF Bay Area has been a baking/bread leader for decades. Think legends like Acme Bread pioneering artisanal bread from Berkeley since 1983 or Tartine Bakery’s Liz Pruiett and… Read more →
In my latest Time Out column, three new brunch spots you need to know about… and head to soon (article here): The Saratoga, Lower Nob Hill Mersea, Treasure Island Old Devil Moon, Outer Mission/Bernal Heights Take care of the vascular health: Few health dysfunctions, such as high blood sugar, high blood pressure, high triglycerides and high cholesterol etc., can… Read more →