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Dining, SFoodie Eat This: the Pork Bowl at Dabba

Eat This: the Pork Bowl at Dabba

There's something slightly suspicious about the category "fast-casual." Lunch is so rushed, and it's easy to settle for an unsatisfactory meal just to get something in your stomach, that a few buzzwords can lure us in. Fast-casual is the food…
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Dining, SFoodie Please Don't Judge Mac Daddy Til You Eat There!

Please Don't Judge Mac Daddy Til You Eat There!

San Francisco has not one but two restaurant companies devoted to grilled cheese — each of which has two or more locations. Grilled cheese is the easiest thing in the world to make apart from pouring milk over cereal, but…
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Dining, SFoodie Wednesday Nine: SoMa StrEat Food Park's Midwayville, Treasure Island Gets a Beer Beach

Wednesday Nine: SoMa StrEat Food Park's Midwayville, Treasure Island Gets a Beer Beach

Woods Island Club Hits Treasure Island July 9 Featuring a tasting room, a…
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Dining, SFoodie Lunch-Only Sababa Has 120 Permutations of Jewish-Middle Eastern Goodness

Lunch-Only Sababa Has 120 Permutations of Jewish-Middle Eastern Goodness

Only a few weeks after the debut of its truly great Mexican restaurant, Fénix, the Mercer Restaurant Group has opened a quieter, less ambitious, but no less delicious lunch spot in the Financial District: Sababa. While nominally a Middle…
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Dining, SFoodie How to Eat LocoL: A cheat sheet for interpreting Oakland's latest fast food fad

How to Eat LocoL: A cheat sheet for interpreting Oakland's latest fast food fad

Roy Choi (Kogi BBQ) and Daniel Patterson (Coi, Plum Bar, Haven) are on a mission to change the way you think about fast food. Their brain child — LocoL — aspires to offer quality food at affordable prices, while also serving as…
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Dining, SFoodie Tuesday Six: Freddie Prinze Jr.'s Cookbook, Michelin Stars Gone Wild

Tuesday Six: Freddie Prinze Jr.'s Cookbook, Michelin Stars Gone Wild

The world of Michelin stars gets ever more competitive for chefs but easier to manage as a diner. Freddie Prinze Jr. releases the cookbook you’ve been waiting for your entire life  Re member when it was the '90s, and everything…
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Dining, SFoodie Monday Six: Rockridge Improvement Club; Eatsa initiates breakfast menu; Shark fin ban upheld

Monday Six: Rockridge Improvement Club; Eatsa initiates breakfast menu; Shark fin ban upheld

The Rockridge Improvement Club opened in Oakland last week Julie Figueras and Scott Ayers of…
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Dining, SFoodie Tony Gemignani’s Slice House Hits The Market

Tony Gemignani’s Slice House Hits The Market

As with insane rents and the specter of venture capital getting into the coffee game, when the topic of pizza-by-the-slice comes up, the inevitable comparison is to New York. But while San Francisco has made admirable gains over the last…
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Dining, SFoodie Homage Takes the Spirit of Locavorism to New Heights

Homage Takes the Spirit of Locavorism to New Heights

In the ever-so-slightly subterranean space formerly occupied by Galette 88 comes another endeavor that elevates lunch from a meal eaten while hunched over your iPad to an act that can heal the world. Homage is an upscale spot with wall art…
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Dining, SFoodie Hungry Like the Wolves: The Den Hits the Bayview

Hungry Like the Wolves: The Den Hits the Bayview

Bayview-Hunters Point remains in an early enough phase of gentrification that there is still plenty of opportunity for hearts to break over and over. Lennar Urban’s 12,000-unit development The Shipyard is gradually filling the neighborhood with new residents, and a…
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Dining, SFoodie Pak Nam, in the TL, Doesn’t Fear the Heat

Pak Nam, in the TL, Doesn’t Fear the Heat

It’s been at least a year since I couldn’t handle the spice level at a Thai restaurant, so my reliance on napkins-as-tissues at Pak Nam was humbling. If you’re the kind of person who — at least occasionally — fetishizes…
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Dining, SFoodie Anchor Gets a Tasting Room for Spirits

Anchor Gets a Tasting Room for Spirits

Since time immemorial, Californians had been unable to sample spirits in tasting rooms the way we could with wine or beer. That only changed last January, but the team at Anchor Brewing — under the leadership of founder-savior Fritz Maytag…
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Dining, SFoodie Tender Loving Food Brings Burmese Back to the T.L.

Tender Loving Food Brings Burmese Back to the T.L.

There is plenty of Vietnamese food in the Tenderloin, but Burmese food has been in short supply after Burmese Kitchen on Larkin Street moved to the Inner Richmond. That’s no longer the case now that William Lue of Grocery…
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Dining, SFoodie Wildhawk Is a Cipher, But It’s Also a Bar

Wildhawk Is a Cipher, But It’s Also a Bar

Rebecca Solnit has been on a tear lately. The notable writer and San Francisco resident of 35 years, known for penning the most intellectually vigorous takedown to date of the city’s tech shuttle culture advocates, recently wrote an impassioned…
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Dining, SFoodie Top New Food Trucks to Enter the Arena

Top New Food Trucks to Enter the Arena

On your mark, get set, eat. Off the Grid has launched their 2016 season, which means none of us need worry about who’s cooking dinner on Friday night (or any other day of the week, depending on your location). With…
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Dining, SFoodie Shiba Ramen: Two Former Chemists Open Brainchild Ramen Shop

Shiba Ramen: Two Former Chemists Open Brainchild Ramen Shop

In the 1980s, Emeryville's Public Market with its rows of neon and introduction to approachable (i.e. fast) ethnic food was all the rage. Three decades later, the dilapidated social space is getting a much-needed facelift and a whole new slew…
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Dining, SFoodie Highly Anticipated Horsefeather to Open Next Week

Highly Anticipated Horsefeather to Open Next Week

Horsefeather is almost here. The restaurant and cocktail bar project from Justin Lew, Ian Scalzo, (both Future Bars Co. alums — think Local Edition, Bourbon & Branch) and Chef Ryan Chinchilla (who hails from Foreign Cinema and Blue Plate)…
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Dining, SFoodie Okane gives you one more place to eat Japanese

Okane gives you one more place to eat Japanese

Because not everyone aspires to spending their evening (and their paycheck) on the edible art of $200, hand-tweezed tasting menus, veteran restaurateur Kash Feng (owner of Michelin-starred Omakase) and consulting chef Shin Aoki (formally of Michelin-starred Kaigetsu in Menlo…
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Dining, SFoodie Livin’ La Vida Gluten-Free at As Quoted

Livin’ La Vida Gluten-Free at As Quoted

When I walked up to As Quoted, Presidio Heights’ new all-inclusive cafe, the pole directly opposite the front door had a froofy white dog tied to a $2,000 Bianchi Intenso Ultegra bike chained to the pole. I had to…
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Dining, SFoodie Saap Ver Brings the Thai Countryside to SoMa

Saap Ver Brings the Thai Countryside to SoMa

Replacing the unlamented Grand Pu Bah, Saap Ver is a sight. Just as the name — which translates to “overly delicious” — is a deliberate departure from the thousands of restaurants out there with names that use the word “Thai”…
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