Perhaps you’re a dim sum disciple of the venerable Yank Sing located in downtown San Francisco, but there’s plenty of other places in the Bay Area to snack on this delightful Chinese fare.
The 2014 San Francisco Bay Area Zagat Guide comes out today. Along with information about nearly 1,500 restaurants, it also includes a survey of residents’ eating habits — including our tendency to take photos of our food.
State Bird Provisions, one of San Francisco’s most popular and lauded restaurants, is closed for construction and expansion plans. Chef Stuart Brioza reveals what he is working on and thinking about during this phase.
Check, Please! Bay Area reviews these restaurants: Naschmarkt (Campbell), Café Tiramisu (San Francisco), Wood Tavern (Oakland). Watch Leslie Sbrocco share her wine tips about Oregon wines.
Twice a week, Brundo offers Ethiopian cooking classes, both vegan and traditional options, with a sit-down meal to follow.
Bouli Bar, the offshoot of longtime Ferry Plaza Boulette’s Larder, has been open since July. Although it has been described in the press as a more casual sibling to the Larder, Bouli Bar still has an upscale sensibility, as it ferries carefully composed wood-fired pizzas and artful salads across its elegant dining room. How does its food stack up to the original? BAB sent Kate Williams to investigate.
Check, Please! Bay Area reviews these restaurants: Little Shin Shin (Oakland), The Refuge (San Carlos), Canela Bistro and Wine Bar (San Francisco). Watch Leslie Sbrocco share her wine tips about Central Coast wines.
Chef Liza Shaw has worked in some of the hottest Bay Area restaurants: Redd Wood, Pizzando and A16. Now she is gearing up to open her own place near the Giants ballpark: Merigan Sub Shop.
Five suggestions for eliciting summertime romance over comfort food and a full belly.
Check, Please! Bay Area reviews these restaurants: Aslam’s Rasoi (San Francisco), Poesia (San Francisco), encuentro café and wine bar (Oakland). Watch Leslie Sbrocco shares her wine tips about Lodi wines.
Jonathan Darr at Oakland Local shares his basic “Go-To” restaurant criteria and highlights one of his favorite “Oakland Go-To” spots — a Thai/Lao restaurant on International Boulevard.
Skipping the playa this year? Now that it finally feels like summer, kick back and chill out with our easy Labor Day weekend cocktails.
Desco, run by Chef Donato Scotti, opens in Old Oakland, offering delicious regional Italian and an inviting atmosphere.