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The Cost of Avocado Toast, Explained by a Restaurateur

It’s not really about the avocados Over the past few years, avocado toast has gained a high profile, from an avocado-only restaurant in New York to the most recently horrifying “avolatte” phenomenon. It’s why [Read entire story]

The Cost of Avocado Toast, Explained by a Restaurateur

It’s not really about the avocados Over the past few years, avocado toast has gained a high profile, from an avocado-only restaurant in New York to the most recently horrifying “avolatte” phenomenon. It’s why [Read entire story]

Get a Glimpse of Healdsburg’s Cute and Cozy Brass Rabbit

There will be plenty of cocktails for post-wine dining Brass Rabbit is now open in Healdsburg, a project from chef Shane McAnelly and general manager Nathan Grise Myers. The restaurant is a pleasant extension of [Read entire story]

Chez Panisse Chef Cal Peternell to Depart After 22 Years

No word yet on who will replace him Chef Cal Peternell will leave Chez Panisse after 22 years in the kitchen on July 5. It’s the end of an era of over two decades in one of the Bay Area’s most iconic restaurants, [Read entire story]

Inside Alta CA’s New Dogpatch Artists’ Enclave

It’s located within the Minnesota Street Project Chef Daniel Patterson will open the second location of his new American-Californian restaurant Alta CA within the Minnesota Street Project tomorrow, bringing a menu and [Read entire story]

Soak in the Sun on These 15 Oakland Patios

Where to eat and drink outside Oakland is all but immune to the advance of Karl the Fog, making it the best place to soak up the sun with a beer in hand. Head to one of these beer gardens, restaurants, and bars for a day [Read entire story]

Le Marais Takes Its Parisian Soul to the Castro

It’s a grander version of the popular Marina bakery Le Marais will open a third location of French-born owner Patrick Ascanso’s Parisian bakery vision in the Castro next week, offering a brief respite from the blonde [Read entire story]

Peruse the Menu of Alta CA’s Dogpatch Location Before It Opens Next Week

It’s similar but different than the original The second location of chef Daniel Patterson’s Alta CA is opening next week in Dogpatch with the Minnesota Street Project, an affordable space for artists, galleries, and [Read entire story]

A Delivery-Only Restaurant Aims to Change the Game With Actually Good Food

Called Young Fava, it’s from the former chef of Locanda San Francisco, whose growing number of delivery options make eating at home easier than ever before, will soon add Young Fava to the mix. Except, rather than a [Read entire story]

Get Excited for the Full Outside Lands Food Lineup for 2017

Plus tons of beer, wine, chocolate, and more Outside Lands, SF’s biggest music festival with arguably the country’s best food lineup, is now just a few months away, which means it is time to start talking food. This [Read entire story]

Grocery Café Will Drop Tea Leaf Salads on Jack London Square on May 29

It’s a much bigger space this time Grocery Cafe, the popular, low-key Burmese restaurant, will open its doors in a tony new location in Jack London Square, a vastly different neighborhood than its first iteration in a [Read entire story]

Boxing Room Will Swap Cajun Food for Spanish Cuisine

The new restaurant will be called Barcino Hayes Valley Cajun restaurant, Boxing Room, will transform into a Spanish restaurant called Barcino sometime this summer. The move follows opening Boxing Room chef Justin [Read entire story]

Steph Curry Played a Mean Jazz Tambourine at Black Cat Last Night, and More A.M. Intel

Plus, free coffee at Peet’s Steph and Ayesha Curry hit the town last night Warriors star Steph Curry and his lifestyle goddess (and soon-to-be-restaurateur) wife Ayesha took in a showing of Hamilton, followed by [Read entire story]

The San Francisco Brunch Heatmap: Where to Brunch NOW, May 2017

The hottest, newest, best brunches to satisfy your weekend morning needs It's always the question of the week: where to brunch come the weekend? It’s an especially significant topic in San Francisco, where mimosas and [Read entire story]

Ogle the Menu of Chris Cosentino’s New Wine Country Outpost in Las Alcobas Hotel

The menus are filled with Napa Valley dream foods Acacia House, chef Chris Cosentino and partner Oliver Wharton’s St. Helena restaurant, is now open for dinner. The new venture is part of Las Alcobas, a luxury boutique [Read entire story]

Berkeley’s Ippuku Will Open Soba Spinoff in West Oakland

It’s in the former Fusebox location Ippuku, Berkeley’s much loved izakaya-style restaurant, is expanding to West Oakland with a soba-focused restaurant. Ippuku chef Chris Geideman and partner Paul Discoe will take [Read entire story]

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Sold to Highest Bidder for $2.5 Million

The buyer is an East Bay dweller Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, the 20-year-old San Francisco brewery whose future was imperiled by crushing debt and an impending sale, has been sold for $2.5 million. The buyer is Hunters [Read entire story]

Caleb Pershan IN as Eater SF Reporter

Celebrate. Eater SF is pleased to announce that Caleb Pershan has joined the team as a reporter. Caleb comes to us from SFist, where he exhaustively covered the city’s ins and outs, reporting on the people, places, [Read entire story]

Ippudo Ramen Chaos Will Break Loose in Berkeley This July [UPDATED]

People really love this place UPDATED 5/7/17 4:52 p.m.: When reached for comment, Ippudo representatives have confirmed that the Ippudo Berkeley will not open until at least mid-July. Stay tuned for more as we get closer [Read entire story]

A Mano’s Sleek Space Sets the Stage for a Modern Italian Menu

Handmade pastas, pizzas, and Italian wines await A Mano, the newest venture from restaurateur Adriano Paganini and his team at Back of the Housen Restaurant Group (Super Duper, Belga, Beretta), is now open in Hayes [Read entire story]