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Dining, SFoodie Recipe: The Citizens Band Bloody Mary

Recipe: The Citizens Band Bloody Mary

When asked to share a recipe with SFoodie readers, Chris Beerman of Citizens Band and Pinkie's Bakery quickly admitted his current obsession with Bloody Marys: "I'm forever tinkering and perfecting my Bloody Mary recipe," he said. The obsession began when…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A with Cheryl Burr and Chris Beerman, Part 2: On Burgers, Pickles, and 100-Hour Weeks

Q&A with Cheryl Burr and Chris Beerman, Part 2: On Burgers, Pickles, and 100-Hour Weeks

Chris Beerman and Cheryl Burr are friends and business partners, co-owners of the almost two-year-old, Americana-themed Citizens Band and Pinkie's Bakery. The pair found the space their restaurant and bakery now reside in through a tip from 4505 Meats' Ryan…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A with Cheryl Burr and Chris Beerman, Part 1: "The Food's the Easy Part"

Q&A with Cheryl Burr and Chris Beerman, Part 1: "The Food's the Easy Part"

Chris Beerman and Cheryl Burr are friends and business partners, with a successful first restaurant and bakery -- Citizens Band and Pinkie's Bakery, respectively -- under their belts. The two speak fast and assuredly, and when in conversation together they…
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Dining, Eat Fresh Eats: A Morning Bun Better than Doughnuts

Fresh Eats: A Morning Bun Better than Doughnuts

One of San Francisco's best doughnuts has never seen the inside of a Fryolator. Okay, so the oven-baked morning bun ($3.50) at Pinkie's Bakery in SOMA isn't a doughnut, though it offers all the comforts of one: an all-over sanding…
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Dining, SFoodie No. 35: Morning Bun at Pinkie's Bakery

No. 35: Morning Bun at Pinkie's Bakery

One of San Francisco's best doughnuts has never seen the inside of a Fryolator. Okay, so the oven-baked morning bun at Pinkie's Bakery isn't…
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Dining, Eat Grub and Citizen's Band try to reinvent comfort food

Grub and Citizen's Band try to reinvent comfort food

To hear this city spoken of on TV, you'd think that our streets were paved in lapis lazuli. Apparently, we're the blindingly blue core of one of the nation's bluest states, so blue that those who look at the U.S.…
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Dining, SFoodie Cheryl Burr of Pinkie's Bakery: 'I Wanted to Make My Own Stuff'

Cheryl Burr of Pinkie's Bakery: 'I Wanted to Make My Own Stuff'

SFoodie: How did you originally start Pinkie's?Burr: When we originally opened in October 2008, Pinkie's was just a wholesale operation selling bread to restaurants. It was just me, operating out of a commercial kitchen on DeHaro. I started out with…
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Dining, Eat Micropatisseries in S.F.: Our guide to the city's best pastry shops

Micropatisseries in S.F.: Our guide to the city's best pastry shops

Not so long ago, to open a pastry shop represented the consummation of decades' worth of training and the consumption of enough funds to run a mayoral campaign. Required: an industrial kitchen with the capacity to bake enough pains au…
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Dining, SFoodie Citizen's Band: After Two Weeks, Two Dishes

Citizen's Band: After Two Weeks, Two Dishes

Ghosts of Folsom's leatherman past still haunt the corridor between Fourth Street and Eighth. But these days ― after a recent surge of bakery and restaurant openings along the central SOMA corridor ― the area's on the verge of being…
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