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Secret Recipe: Pomegranate Sangria For An Ending Summer Celebration

Put your mixology skills to good use with this Sangria recipe filtered with pomegranate and citrus flavors — Not a good bartender? Check out our list of delish Sangria to consume in SF whilst dining. What we love about Sangria is that if we ever feel guilty about going out and partaking in an alcoholic […]

Off The Menu: Wise Sons Deli’s Matzo Ball Soup Is What We’re Eating For Passover

A bowl of Matzo Ball from Wise Sons Deli If you haven’t noticed, you’re right in the middle of Pesach (i.e Passover.) That’s an important Jewish holiday. Starting since April. 10th, Wise Sons Deli is our main Passover menu. Duh. A Jewish delicacy shared during Passover, the matzo ball soup is agreed by the fresh […]

Off The Menu: Project Juice To Debut In The Castro December 1st

// 506 Castro St, Castro, Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos via Project Juice — Need more foodie enrichment? Subscribe to our newsletter for all the best coverage.

Off The Menu: New Pescatarian-Friendly Ramen Spot Is Opening In Japantown

Hinodeya Ramen. Chef Masao Kuribara, who previously cooked for heads of state like late Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto and the Clintons, is opening up his own space in the heart of Japantown. What sets Hinodeya apart from other ramen options around the Bay Area is that they will be serving dashi-style ramen, meaning the […]

Off The Menu: Onsen’s Seasonal Bites Will Transport You To A Faraway Land

early October, we were VERY excited for Onsen’s grand opening and with much hype, the newly renovated spa and restaurant delivered. With a dinner of Japanese-influenced seasonal cuisine by Chef George Meza (Oro, Ame) — think rice porridge with house kimchi, maitake dumplings with cabbage, sweet yam, mushroom broth and dill, and a daily sashimi […]

Off The Menu: Rx’s Elixir Cocktails Are Just What The Doctor Ordered

a quiet editor’s get together, we recommend Rx as your Friday night highlight. Written by Anthony Rogers, photographs by Anthony Rogers and courtesy of Rx Bar — Need a list of drinks to try? Our Bay Bites 2016 has a few amazing offerings.

5 New Restaurants + Bars To Try in the Bay Area

These new restos and bars are giving the Bay Area food scene a run for it’s money. Will they live up to the hype though? matters into their own hands and created what could possibly be a showstopper of a Japanese restaurant. Taking over the former Herbivore space on Valencia st, Motze joins the impressive […]

Off The Menu: The Bird, The Chicken Sandwich Go-To Has Just Opened

The Bird has crafted this mouthwatering chicken sandwich with gluten-free, berbere-spiced batter. The lines of people waiting “patiently” prove it. And the sandwich is $8, and comes in regular or spicy — easy peasy. Hoping to sell at least 200 sandwiches at launch, these hungry techies won’t soon go hungry. They’re planning only to stay open […]

Off The Menu: Dancing Bull Korean BBQ Takes Over Hanuri

Hanuri on 6th ave and Geary blvd now is home to a new Korean eatery that could possibly bring great eats to the 6th ave circuit. Focused on bulgogi only and the grills it uses, the Dancing Bull offers a minimal but also extensive menu of fine beef combinations and reintroducing the people to the […]

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