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Freak Out Over the Museum of Ice Cream’s Sugary Pink Insides

It’s a FOMO-inducing, Instagram feed-clogging fantasy land The Museum of Ice Cream will open its doors to the curious, Instagram-loving San Francisco public on Sunday in a shower of sprinkles, and pink-hued excitement. [Read entire story]

A Clever Menu of San Francisco-Themed Cocktails Hits Market Street Next Week

Peruse the cocktail menu at Villon in the Proper Hotel The Proper Hotel is almost ready to check into mid-Market, bringing with it the new restaurant and bar Villon next week, with food from James Beard award nominee [Read entire story]

To Brew Dank, Resinous Beer, Local Brewers Turn to Pot

And it’s generating a buzz — without actually getting anyone high California breweries testing the boundaries of beer are turning to pot, but not in an effort to get their customers crossfaded (that heady mix of high [Read entire story]

California’s Foie Gras Ban Is Back

Judges today ruled that California is free to enforce it California’s 2004 law banning the sale of foie gras in the state is back on the table, after judges of the Ninth Circuit Court of appeals issued a ruling this [Read entire story]

Dominique Crenn Seconds Call for Better Representation, Declares Food ‘Gender-Free’

Four things to know today Dominique Crenn elaborates on representation call to arms On Instagram last week, chef Dominique Crenn (Atelier Crenn, Petit Crenn) called attention to particularly blatant instance of [Read entire story]

Photos: Here’s Your Sneak Peek At The SF Museum Of Ice Cream, Which Opens To Ticketholders Sunday

Photos: Here's Your Sneak Peek At The SF Museum Of Ice Cream, Which Opens To Ticketholders Sunday

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A Brewery and Taproom Will Pick Up the Slack at Ghirardelli Square Next Spring

More details on San Francisco Brewing Co.’s new outpost on the water San Francisco Brewing Co.’s plans for Ghirardelli Square have been under wraps since news of the project came to light this past spring. Now more [Read entire story]

Pal’s Takeaway Makes Way for Barbecue and a Gluten-Free Bakery at Forage Kitchen

Pal’s will pop-up elsewhere as it seeks a new space Change is in the air at Oakland food incubator Forage Kitchen, which is trading the cult-followed sandwich shop Pal’s Takeaway for new incubees Smokin Woods BBQ and [Read entire story]

Oakland’s Oldest Kosher Bakery Bounces Back With a New Owner

Grand Bakery’s challah lives on Grand Bakery, the beloved Oakland institution that served kosher baked goods for nearly 60 years in the Grand Lake neighborhood, closed late last year when its former owner, Bob Jaffe, [Read entire story]

Inside the Museum of Ice Cream, Showering SF with Sprinkles Tomorrow

I scream, you scream, people go insane for the Museum of Ice Cream After sold-out runs in New York and Los Angeles, The Museum of Ice Cream opens tomorrow in San Francisco, where it’s already extended its stay until [Read entire story]

Blue Bottle Has Sold the Majority of Its Company to Nestlé

It’s definitely a chain now Blue Bottle Coffee has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a boutique roaster founded in 2002. It now boasts upwards of 40 stores in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, [Read entire story]

Casey’s Pizza Opening First Brick-and-Mortar Location In Mission Bay Thursday

Casey's Pizza Opening First Brick-and-Mortar Location In Mission Bay Thursday

It's a big day for pizza man Casey Crynes, who launched the city's first pizza truck exactly six years ago this month. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Belden Alley Newcomer Toy Soldier Vows to Stay Open Until 4 a.m.

The bar and restaurant will brew its own beer and host live music There’s a new kid on the charming but somewhat static Belden Alley block: Toy Soldier, a bar and restaurant that was formerly Belden Taverna. To start, [Read entire story]

Supervisor Calls For Excelsior Bar La Oficina To Be Closed After Murder Of Patron

Supervisor Calls For Excelsior Bar La Oficina To Be Closed After Murder Of Patron

"There's been a lot of complaints and problems with this bar," says Supervisor Ahsha Safai. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Michael Bauer Sees ‘Trailblazer’ Potential In Alta MSP

Also: Bauer’s bad night out in Hayes Valley, disappointing Burmese at Grocery Cafe and heavenly Moroccan on Lakeshore Avenue Barcino Eater’s own Rachel Levin had a trio of meals at the Absinthe group’s latest [Read entire story]

What to Expect at Eight Tables, a New Style of Chinese Cuisine in San Francisco

Here’s what you need to know about Chinatown’s new temple of fine-dining Years after cementing itself as the birthplace of California cuisine, San Francisco has now become known as the “Land of the Tasting Menu.” [Read entire story]

Tech Startup Wants to Kill The Friendly Neighborhood Bodega with a Vending Machine

The company, called Bodega, is a lightning rod Convenience stores aren’t convenient enough for the founders of a new tech startup called Bodega that’s already a lightning rod for commentary and criticism on Twitter. [Read entire story]

Proposition Chicken Offers New Choice to Oakland Tomorrow

SF chicken joint expands to Lakeshore Ave Proposition Chicken, a second branch of a San Francisco chicken restaurant that’s committed to its ballot initiative theme, opens tomorrow in Oakland. The East Bay wing of [Read entire story]

Former Nopa Chef Will Convert Laundromat to Scandinavian Bakery and Restaurant

Kantine was granted change of use approval for the space The former Little Hollywood Launderette (1906 Market) will soon become a Scandinavian breakfast and lunch restaurant called Kantine. As SF residents are wont to [Read entire story]

Cocktails Eclipse the Paella at SF’s Newest Spanish Restaurant

One star for the Absinthe Group's Hayes Valley tapas place It was an abrupt goodbye, but not a sad one. Boxing Room, Hayes Valley’s Creole-and-cocktails spot, never quite caught on. It was the kind of restaurant [Read entire story]