Tag: French

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 →

The Top New Openings of the Month: July 2018

In my latest Time Out column, my top openings of the month join other standout newcomers for a top 10 on where to eat now (article here): Pearl, Outer Richmond 6101 California St., SF; 415-592-9777; pearl-sf.com. Daily 5-10pm; Monday-Friday 7:30am-2pm; Saturday-Sunday 10am-2pm. When a Richmond classic since 1999, Pizzetta 211, finally opens a sister restaurant around the corner, it’s no surprise… Read more →

RN74 Revived With A New Chef & Menus

This article was first published here at Table8 where I am national editor. Hidden Gems: Here we highlight some of the best under-the-radar restaurants we find often get missed by the press or restaurants with notable changes (like new chef, menu or concept) that warrant a revisit. Normally the suggested measurements of Kamagra are 100mg for 24 hours. http://djpaulkom.tv/aol-dinner-with-dj-paul/ on… Read more →

Sausalito & Tiburon: Sushi, Sake, Burgers, French & Italian with a View

Suburbs, nature, charming main streets… family-heavy Marin has always had a few culinary gems. But a spare few of them though sandwiched between one of the great food cities of the world and the gustatory pleasures of Napa and Sonoma. Bakeries like Beth’s Community Kitchen in Mill Valley are reminiscent of San Francisco bakeries (what is now standard Bay Area),… Read more →

Date Night on Nob Hill at Cocotte & Mason Pacific

These two Nob Hill newcomers satisfy my longing for a little romance inherent in a great glass of wine, gourmet-yet-heartfelt cooking, and intimate environs. Make a date with a lover or a close friend at these idyllic neighborhood bistros. COCOTTE, Nob Hill (1521 Hyde St. at Jackson, 415-292-4415) Hyde Street Bistro was one of those blessedly non-trendy restaurants, a traditional… Read more →

Transporting New Gascon Wine Bar from Michelin-Starred Chef

AQUITAINE, Financial District (175 Sutter St. between Lick Place & Kearny St., 415-402-5290) We lost San Francisco’s great, historic spirits shop, John Walker & Co. But the former storefront has been reinvented in what could have been just another wine bar. One-month-old newcomer, Aquitaine, is a stand-out wine bar and restaurant, transporting me straight to Europe. Opened by Michelin-starred chef extraordinaire, Laurent… Read more →