SF Weekly photo intern Iann Ivy was on hand last Friday night to check out the the trucks, the food stalls, and the overstuffed diners that filled the parking lot at Fort Mason last week as Off the Grid's biggest street-food gathering returned. Check out her photo slideshow here.
Did you miss Saturday's third annual Street Food Festival? Or just wish you were back there, in line for a porchetta sandwich or some lamb tacos?
Either way, your appetite will be stoked by these photos taken by Hanna Quevedo. What time is lunch?
La Cocina's kitchen in the Mission is abuzz with activity in preparation for the food event of the year, the San Francisco Street Food Festival.
We sent photographer Albert Law over to get some photos. Warning: they'll make you hungry, and the festival doesn't start until 11 a.m. Saturday. You may want to get ahold of an emergency piroshki before clicking here to see the slideshow.
Rice Paper Scissors held a pop-up Vietnamese dinner on Wednesday night in the Mission, and a very important member of the visual media attended: photographer Albert Law of Pork Belly Studio.
Albert took some amazing photos of the event: check them out here.
We heard a TV host named Anthony Bourdain dropped by later in the evening too. Everybody follows Albert!
Where: Fort Mason Center
When: Friday, Aug. 12 -- Sunday, Aug. 14
Cost: $14 one-day pass; $18 three-day (online)
The American Craft Council show is this weekend at Fort Mason and is expected to draw up to 10,000 visitors. Bay Area bakers were asked by the American Craft Council to make cakes based on works by some of the Council's artists, who make rugs, jewelry, baskets, ceramics, musical instruments, etc.
Photographer Albert Law got into the show early to take some photos of the beautiful confections. Check them out here.
Tickets and show information are here. Mmm, jewelry cake.
If you're not hungry for lunch yet, you will be after checking out our slideshow from the Peruvian Food Festival at the Civic Center over the weekend.
Empanadas, grilled meat -- and is that break dancing? Check it out here.
San Francisco's culinary landscape is an ever-changing one, and this past year was no exception. Scores of restaurants opened and closed, events were thrown, and new chefs stepped into the spotlight. Here are some of the most arresting images SF Weekly and SFoodie captured in 2010.
Jonathan Kauffman opened his review of Benu by musing that his plate (above) looked as if it had been arranged by a fairy, and the arresting images of the restaurant's offerings seem to support this theory.