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Alembic’s Danny Louie Talks Cocktails, Creativity and Shares a Seasonal Drink Recipe

Alembic’s Danny Louie Talks Cocktails, Creativity and Shares a Seasonal Drink Recipe

| October 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

What’s hot in the world of craft cocktails? We talk to Danny Louie, the head bartender at The Alembic. Louie has also worked to start-up food trucks and pop-ups and he shares his recipe for Vasco da gama, an enticing drink for the fall weather.

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Into the Cellar with Dave McLean: Brews & Dogpatch News

Into the Cellar with Dave McLean: Brews & Dogpatch News

| May 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Brewmaster Dave McLean dishes about his new Dogpatch brewery, set to open soon. McLean is the owner of the Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery and Alembic hotspots and shares about the state of craft beer (hint: we’re in such a sweet spot for suds lovers).

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Q&A with the Boxing Room’s Executive Chef Justin Simoneaux

Q&A with the Boxing Room’s Executive Chef Justin Simoneaux

| October 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

The Cajun and Creole dishes of his native Louisiana influence Chef Justin Simoneaux’s cooking at the recently opened Boxing Room.

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San Francisco Food Secrets of Daniel Handler & Lisa Brown

San Francisco Food Secrets of Daniel Handler & Lisa Brown

| October 25, 2010 | 0 Comments

Author Daniel Handler (who often uses the pen name of Lemony Snicket) and his wife author/illustrator Lisa Brown live with their young son in the same upper Haight neighborhood as Mayor Gavin Newsom. The duo is active in the arts community, and Handler is on the Board of Advisors for LitPAC, which uses noteworthy authors and lit events to support Democratic causes and politicians. Here are the food favorites of the literary power couple.

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Girls’ Weekend in San Francisco

Girls’ Weekend in San Francisco

| October 30, 2007 | 0 Comments

When two longtime friends decided to come to San Francisco for the weekend, the first thing I did was plan our meals. I had approximately a day and a half with them, and I wanted their food experiences to be memorable. I had an added benefit of knowing my audience very well and being able […]

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