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Dining, SFoodie Scrambled Eggs With Crab and Truffle, Courtesy of Parallel 37's Ron Siegel

Scrambled Eggs With Crab and Truffle, Courtesy of Parallel 37's Ron Siegel

You may be able to take Ron Siegel, longtime chef of the Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton and now Parallel 37, out of a fine-dining environment, but you can't take the fine-dining out of the chef. As part of SFoodie's…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A With Parallel 37's Ron Siegel, Part 2: In SF, "Casual" Food Ain't Really Casual

Q&A With Parallel 37's Ron Siegel, Part 2: In SF, "Casual" Food Ain't Really Casual

Ron Siegel, chef of Parallel 37 in the Ritz-Carlton, has worked in three- and four-star restaurants for 20 years. In 1998, Siegel, then the chef at Charles Nob Hill, received international fame when he became the first American to win…
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Dining, SFoodie Q&A With Parallel 37's Ron Siegel, Part 1: On Leaving the Four-Star World Behind

Q&A With Parallel 37's Ron Siegel, Part 1: On Leaving the Four-Star World Behind

Ron Siegel, chef of Parallel 37 in the Ritz-Carlton, began his career in the butcher shops of Palo Alto. Upon graduation from culinary school in 1991, he worked as part of the opening team at Aqua, subsequently moving to New…
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Dining, SFoodie The Ritz Readies for Change, and Dumplings & Buns Pre-Opening Bites

The Ritz Readies for Change, and Dumplings & Buns Pre-Opening Bites

The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene. The Ritz is puttin' on a new name. Inside Scoop reports The Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton is set to shutter on Sept.…
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Dining, Eat Noblesse Oblige

Noblesse Oblige

Having heard about Charles Nob Hill for years, three foodie friends and I decided that when the fall chill finally entered the city we'd give in to a grown-up dinner at one of San Francisco's top-tier dining establishments. Though perhaps…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Underappreciated Fancy French Restaurant

Forget Masa's, Fleur de Lys, and La Folie. Charles is the French restaurant to attend when you've got a special occasion to celebrate (and a small wheelbarrow of cash to fork over). This tiny, 60-seat eatery -- the stomping ground…
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Dining, Side Dish

Fresh Eats

Movers and Shakers Executive Chef Ron Siegel skipped out on Charles Nob Hill to reopen Masa's, which just underwent a makeover from famed designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy, who also designed glamour spots the Quail Lodge in Carmel and the Peninsula Hotel…
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