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10/21/2011

Judge a book by its cover and you’re likely to dismiss Jennifer Reese’s Make the Bread, Buy the Butter: The Tipsy Baker’s... More»

10/21/2011

Outer Sunset With its reclaimed-wood walls and mellow surfer vibe, this fog-shrouded café just blocks from Ocean Beach is a far... More»

10/20/2011

Oakland For a restaurant that occupies a former shoe-repair shop, this Pizzaiolo offshoot has never really been about shine and... More»

10/20/2011

Union Square Shield your eyes from the glare of televisions at the entrance, then squint as you step into the dining room in back,... More»

10/20/2011

It’s six o’clock on a Tuesday morning, and Sam Mogannam is running up 22nd Street with a friend. The hill is steep, but that doesn’t seem... More»

10/20/2011

Bluestem is a kind of grass consumed by many cattle and, in turn, by many of the diners at this downtown brasserie. They get it in the smartly prepared... More»

10/19/2011

Oakland Chikara Ono, a plucky chef who spent eight years rolling seaweed around rice at sushi-centric Geta, has extended his reach... More»

10/19/2011

Tartine Afterhours Samin Nosrat not only runs the Pop-Up General Store, an occasional market for food crafters, but also hosts a... More»

10/19/2011

How nice to walk into Boxing Room, the new New Orleans-inspired restaurant from the people behind Absinthe, and find that it goes easy on the Big Easy... More»

10/19/2011

When it comes to brewing, Jesse Friedman and Damian Fagan have borrowed a page from their chef friends: Keep it local and follow the seasons. In July, the... More»

10/19/2011

The first thing you’re likely to notice upon entering Dig, a new wine shop in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, is a turntable elegantly... More»

10/19/2011

Fried bread is the Esperanto of the kitchen, an international language of hot oil and dough that’s spoken around the world. From Navajo... More»