Tag: French

There Is A Time for Modern French Fare: Visiting The New La Société

La Société Bar & Cafe, opening August 2022 inside the recently expanded Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SOMA, may seem like a new restaurant for tourists, slowly returning conference go-ers and downtown workers. But despite being inside a downtown corporate chain hotel, this modern French brassiere featuring California ingredients is a worthwhile meal for locals, too. I’ll explain. Read more →

September Eats Checklist: 6 Standouts of the Month

Though I’ve eaten everywhere this month from Adriano Paganini/Back of the House group’s latest, Rad Radish, to the new Arepas Latin Cuisine and Fiddle Fig Cafe in North Beach, these six newcomers (or new menus) stood out in September, covering the gamut, from Brittany-style French crêpes to NY slice pizza. Alongside this month’s full restaurant reviews, I share what’s worth tasting at each, with last month’s standouts here (as always, I’ve vetted, visited and/or ordered from each place reviewed): Read more →

6 San Francisco Neighborhood Gems

Published by Where Traveler (my other Where articles here) in August 2019, my article on 6 San Francisco neighborhood gems, from modern Turkish/Middle Eastern or Indian food to classic French: — Noosh (Mediterranean/Middle Eastern/Turkish)— Cassava (New American)— Besharam (Modern Indian)— Presidio Social Club (American/Comfort Food)— Cafe Boho (French/European Bistro)— Cafe de la Presse (French Steakhouse) Article here: www.wheretraveler.com/eat/6-san-francisco-neighborhood-gems Noosh’s Middle Eastern spreadsThe drug works at… Read more →

7 Top New San Francisco Restaurants

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Top 10 French Restaurants in San Francisco

In my latest Time Out column: talking French, 10 of SF’s best, both new and old, classic and casual. Article here. San Francisco’s deep Francophile connections express themselves in classics like Michelin-starred Gary Danko, long-held Bastille Day celebrations, standard-setting bakeries and our rich French population and culture. Local France-born chefs like Dominique Crenn have pushed boundaries for women, fine dining and… Read more →