Tag: Restaurants

7 Top New San Francisco Restaurants

Published by Where Traveler (my other Where articles here) in June 2019, my article on the top 7 new restaurants worth checking out. 4 midrange standouts: Che Fico Alimentari, The Vault, ONE65 Bistro & Grill, Berber 2 affordable neighborhood newcomers + 1 chocolate factory & cafe: Falafelland, Tender Curry & Co., Dandelion Chocolate, Bloom Cafe Article here: www.wheretraveler.com/san-francisco/eat/7-top-new-san-francisco-restaurants Another slew of standout newcomers… Read more →

Unusual Fine Dining: 5 Unique Food Experiences

Gibson’s fish heads & bones drying over open flame They run the gamut from the back of an SF cafe/wine shop offering dinners around themes involving custom plateware, to a single seating communal table for upscale Korean food in Palo Alto. Article here: www.wheretraveler.com/san-francisco/eat/unusual-fine-dining-1 These five unique Bay Area restaurants offer an unusual fine dining experience, whether in whimsical-yet-decadent menus,… Read more →

New Opening: Seafood & Cocktails at Ayala Inside Hotel G, Union Square

My latest at Time Out covers the new seafood, cocktail and raw bar destination downtown in Union Square, Ayala at the new Hotel G, opened by Top Chef and Le Bernardin alums. Article here. It is very important that the physician warns the patient that may include neurologists, psychiatrists, cialis online best orthopedic surgeons, physical and occupational therapists, and speech… Read more →

8 historic San Francisco restaurants where the food is still good

In my latest feature at Blackboard Eats, I cover 8 exceptional historic San Francisco restaurants where the food is good and the tourist crowds aren’t crazy, if they are there at all (article here): — Cafe Jacqueline, North Beach — Bix, Financial District— Tadich Grill, Financial District— Anchor Oyster Bar, Castro— Pacific Cafe, Outer Richmond— Ristorante Marcello, Outer Sunset/Parkside— House… Read more →

9 Top Oakland Restaurants

In my latest Time Out column: talking 9 of Oakland’s best places to eat now. Article here. While some media have dubbed Oakland “the Brooklyn of the West” the last few years, Oakland has been a hotbed of deep cuisines and cultures — and of artistic innovation — well before Brooklyn faced its hipster renaissance of the past decade. Oakland’s rich… Read more →

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 →

Top 10 Ramen Shops in San Francisco

In my latest Time Out column: Ramen has trended just about everywhere by this point but with our longstanding Japanese population and roots, it has been a local staple for years. While many of our top ramen shops are all over the Bay Area, here are 10 of the best in SF proper. Orenchi Beyond, MissionIzakaya Sozai, Inner SunsetIza Ramen —… Read more →