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Is Udon Korean or Japanese?

Udon noodles are the go-to comfort food you want to land upon this winter season. These are made of wheat flour as well as brown rice for the benefit of the people preferring gluten-free noodles. It is also one of the thickest noodles in the market which is found useful in preventing certain health problems […]

Top 10 Newcomer and OG Restaurants From May

During the pandemic, our beloved dining and drink communities continue to struggle to survive, so my dining column includes takeout/delivery as well as indoor and outdoor dining standouts. I have vetted, visited, and/or ordered directly from each place, recommending standouts from each:  Newcomers View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Tailor's Son […]

Now that Indoor Dining is Back, Here’s How To (and Why You Can) Break Bread Inside… Safely

We’ve been waiting for our independent restaurants and bars to be allowed indoor dining along with much of the country and California. Our COVID-19 numbers remain among the lowest in the state per population and our small businesses have worked overtime to adhere to safety precautions despite being in the negative financially.  Digging into the […]

Best Bay Area Restaurants To Order To-Go From or Dine Al Fresco at in September

During the pandemic, our beloved dining and drink communities continue to struggle to hang on, so my dining column includes takeout/delivery and outdoor dining standouts. Our indoor dining reopen date (starting at 25% capacity) is set to roll out as early as October 1st.  Please join me in helping to keep our best alive, celebrating […]

Trading Post Restaurant: “The Bread Club” & The Best Dinner of Your Life

Well-known for his menu’s prominently featured artisanal bread selection, Executive Chef Erik Johnson’s authentic farm-to-table dining destination in Cloverdale, Trading Post Restaurant, has launched a bread subscription program. Working in much the same way as a farm CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), Bread Club members commit to their participation in advance, offered in monthly or 12-week […]

Issue 7: Yuka Ioroi

cas-sa-va : the starchy tuberous root of a tropical tree, used as food in tropical countries but requiring careful preparation to remove traces of cyanide from the flesh Cassava is also a restaurant, located in the Richmond District of San Francisco. Owned and operated by a local-based couple, the close-knit team at this unique eatery […]

Off the Menu: Violet’s Has Cultivated the Perfect Tavern in the Outer Richmond

Last month, the hitmakers behind Outer Richmond’s Fiorella, opened a New American Classic Sister Tavern and restaurant named Violet’s. Nestled in the charming corner of Clement St. and 24th Ave, Violet’s flaunts a fresh seafood raw bar, late night eats and ingredient-driven craft cocktails. This urban, design-forward approach to the old-fashioned concept of a tavern […]

Off The Menu: Halal Guys Makes Camp in San Francisco [UPDATED]

thehalalguys.com Say goodbye to the bacon-wrapped hotdogs of the Polk street strip and say hello to the men who perfect the falafel. Soon to be setting up shop in the Union Square area of downtown SF, Halal Guys is considered to be the “most perfectly crafted platter of street meat there is.” Mentioned in an […]

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