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Where to Eat and Drink in Bayview-Hunters Point

Excellent restaurants, several breweries, and strong community vibes can be found in this SF neighborhood It’s impossible to ignore the incredible feeling of community in Bayview-Hunters Point. A respite from [Read entire story]

Four Barrel Coffee Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Out of Court

The terms haven’t been disclosed San Francisco specialty coffee company Four Barrel has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former employees earlier this month. Larry Organ, a civil rights attorney [Read entire story]

Inside Alta’s Transformation Into a Chill Island Hangout and Community Hub

Kaya debuted with a small remodel, and a big mission Those familiar with the San Francisco food scene already know the ups and downs that have hit the mid-Market corridor. Now Alta, one of the restaurants that has [Read entire story]

13 Exciting Spanish Restaurants in San Francisco and the East Bay

Tapas, paellas, sherry and all the jamón Spanish cuisine in the Bay Area isn’t a trend so much as a movement. Since the early ’90s, Missionites have been lining up for tapas and sangria at Picaro, while their [Read entire story]

Joe Biden Went to Ayesha Curry’s BBQ Restaurant and Only Got Ice Cream

The uncle Joe special Joe Biden’s well-documented love of ice cream doesn’t appear to have faded a bit. The former vice president, who was in San Francisco promoting his new book with a talk at the JCC, indulged in [Read entire story]

Check Out Kaya’s Bold Menu of Jerk Spice and Island Flavors

There’ll be bowls of rum punch, too The city’s dearth of Caribbean restaurants is now lessened by the opening of Kaya, the restaurant from Oakland chef Nigel Jones and Daniel Patterson. It’s replacing Alta CA, [Read entire story]

Sliver of Hope: Popular Pizzeria Reopens on Telegraph

The slice shop has relocated and is back in action Sliver lining Sliver Pizzeria, a vegetarian slice shop modeled on its owners’ former employer, Cheese Board, closed on Center Street at the end of December, leaving [Read entire story]

Happy Ending: Kink Cafe Wicked Grounds Will Reopen

After beating its fundraising goals One-of-a-kind kink cafe and community hub Wicked Grounds appears to have weathered the financial beating it’s been taking with the help of community donations. Owner Rebeccalyn [Read entire story]

Bauer’s Four Star Favorite Holds Up After Four Star Remodel

Also: update reviews from Dosa Fillmore, and the re-opened MAU on Valencia The French Laundry The parts of Thomas Keller’s restaurant empire that aren’t in Yountville, California may have lost some of their four-star [Read entire story]

Check Out the Menu for Wursthall, the Biergarten From Food Whiz J. Kenji Lopez-Alt

It will open in early February Wursthall, the hotly anticipated restaurant and biergarten from internet food guru J. Kenji López-Alt, is almost here, with an opening planned for early February. The restaurant will be a [Read entire story]

Here’s The All-Day Menu for Mersea, Washing Up on Treasure Island This Friday

Treasure Island, currently undergoing a transformative redevelopment that includes 8,000 new residential units, could probably use a new dining destination. That’s the thinking behind Mersea (699 Avenue of Palms), [Read entire story]

Black Bark BBQ Closes on Fillmore With Plans to Relocate

Perhaps elsewhere on Fillmore Street After leading a barbecue revival effort in the Fillmore with the opening of Black Bark BBQ two years ago, married couple Monetta White and chef David Lawrence have shuttered their [Read entire story]

COI Debuts First Menu Under Executive Chef Erik Anderson

It’s a new take on Daniel Patterson’s California cuisine Chef Erik Anderson has officially taken over the role of executive chef at three-Michelin-starred Coi, with his first menu debuting tonight. Anderson is only [Read entire story]

These Breweries Will Be at the Beer Week Opening Gala — and So Will Pliny the Younger

Ogle the guest list San Francisco’s sudsiest week of the year, SF Beer Week, is almost back, and the highlight of the festivities, the opening gala on February 9, has just released its guest list. On the bill are 120 [Read entire story]

Four Barrel’s Plan to Restructure as ‘The Tide’ Met With Skepticism

Criticism has been rolling in A proposal from Four Barrel co-owners Tal Mor and Jodi Geren to rename their embattled coffee company The Tide and transfer its ownership to employees is being met with some applause, but [Read entire story]

16th Street Burger King Closes, Latest in Local Fast-Food Purge

It was most recently in the news for a pepper spray incident that injured eight The Burger King at 16th and Mission is dead; Long live the Burger King at 16th and Mission. The fast-food restaurant earned a 1.5 star [Read entire story]

Castro’s Myriad Market Hall Will Shutter After February

Plus, all about Amy Poehler’s date to the Golden Globes: A UC Berkeley food industry researcher Myriad on Market Street will close after February 28 The assemblage of food stalls inside the first floor of a building at [Read entire story]

Four Barrel Owners to Rename Company, Shift Ownership to Employees After Harassment Lawsuit

They’ll call it “The Tide” Responding to allegations that Four Barrel Coffee founder Jeremey Tooker sexually harassed and assaulted eight former employees, company co-owners Jodi Geren and Tal Mor have revealed a [Read entire story]

Trick Dog’s New Menu Wants to Transport You With Aviation-Themed Cocktails

Take to the skies with Trick Dog Airways It’s that time of year again: Trick Dog has revealed its new menu, the twice-a-year treat that signals a craft cocktail spree for fans of the bar’s playful offerings. For the [Read entire story]

Wholesome Bakery Opens for Gluten-Free, Vegan Goodies on Divisadero

“I want people to eat stuff and not realize [it’s] gluten-free” The smell of freshly-baked cookies, cakes, and tarts from Wholesome Bakery is now wafting down Divisadero, luring customers (with and without dietary [Read entire story]