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Yes Reservations: Perennial Bernal favorite Ichi Sushi has…

Yes Reservations: Perennial Bernal favorite Ichi Sushi has...

Perennial Bernal favorite Ichi Sushi has long been known for its tiny digs and no-reservations policy, but that's all about to change as of tonight. Same-day reservations will still not be available, but you can avoid [Read entire story]

Eater Inside: Stones Throw, California Casual in Russian Hill

Eater Inside: Stones Throw, California Casual in Russian Hill

[Photos: Patricia Chang] After a lightning-fast turnaround, Stones Throw, the restaurant in the former Luella space, is ready to open tonight. Its team is a mix of restaurant veterans from Michael Mina (chef Jason [Read entire story]

Book Club: Congrats to the Camino duo of…

Book Club: Congrats to the Camino duo of...

Congrats to the Camino duo of Russell Moore and Allison Hopelain, who signed a book deal this morning for This Is Camino (Ten Speed Press), which they'll co-author with Richard Parks (Lucky Peach). In keeping with their [Read entire story]

Listage: Heath Ceramics’ Evolution; Bison Grows Hops

The Heath factory, Sausalito. [Photo: sewdarnjenny/Flickr] [Read entire story]

Listage: Heath Ceramics’ Evolution; Bison Grows Hops

Listage: Heath Ceramics' Evolution; Bison Grows Hops

The Heath factory, Sausalito. [Photo: sewdarnjenny/Flickr] [Read entire story]

EaterWire: RateBeer’s Gallery; Roka Akor’s Brown Bag Lunch

EaterWire: RateBeer's Gallery; Roka Akor's Brown Bag Lunch

SOMA—Mark your calendars, brew hounds: RateBeer's drinkable exhibition of the brewer's art is on its way to our beer-soaked city. $45 gets you access to Saturday's GALLERY event at Spur, where you'll get craft beer [Read entire story]

Eater Inside: Ala Romana, A Nob Hill Enoteca

Eater Inside: Ala Romana, A Nob Hill Enoteca

[Photos: Patricia Chang] Ala Romana, Lorenzo Logoreci's casual Allegro Romano spin-off, has arrived in Nob Hill, where it's now softly open. Located in the former Rue Saint Jacques space on Jackson, the restaurant has [Read entire story]

The Shutter: Bummer news for sushi fans in…

The Shutter: Bummer news for sushi fans in...

Bummer news for sushi fans in the Inner Sunset: as predicted earlier this year, longtime spot Jimisan Sushi Bistro closed its doors last week. "My wife and I have been eating there regularly for years, and tonight we [Read entire story]

Coming Attractions: Andalu Closing, Getting Chinese Takeover From Tacolicious/Brandon Jew

Coming Attractions: Andalu Closing, Getting Chinese Takeover From Tacolicious/Brandon Jew

[Photo: San Francisco Days] The Tacolicious team's first attempt at opening a non-Mexican spinoff, MF Chicken, never got off the ground, but that didn't dissuade owner Joe Hargrave, who's decided to try again with [Read entire story]

SPONSORED POST: Don Julio González’s Passion Lives On in His Tequila

Today, Don Julio is the first word in premium tequila, but few realize that it was Don Julio Gonz [Read entire story]

1760, Acquerello’s sister restaurant, a letdown

Named after its address, 1760 is Giancarlo Paterlini and Suzette Gresham's first venture outside of their elegant dining room. Located a few blocks from Acquerello, 1760 has a sleek, modern feel, with a Deco nod from [Read entire story]

Santé, Madrona Manor help define Sonoma cuisine

Every wine country region has a few high-end restaurants that elevate the culinary scene. SantéPreviously, the dining room of this restaurant in the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn looked like a spa, which might be [Read entire story]

Woodfour: Brew pub, fine kitchen in Sebastopol

The menu starts with thirst-inducing bar snacks (all $6) like bowls of sea salt chips and vadouvan-dusted corn nuts with a malt cream dip, or the pretty little jar of pickles in a house brine. The deviled eggs are the [Read entire story]

EaterWire: Hog Butchery at Google; Tosca’s Meatballs

EaterWire: Hog Butchery at Google; Tosca's Meatballs

Tosca's kitchen. [Photo: Patricia Chang] MOUNTAIN VIEW— Watch Taylor Boetticher and Ryan Harris demonstrate whole hog butchery at Google HQ. The Bay Area's interest in artisanal meats has reached its logical [Read entire story]

Pop-Up Wire: Beginning today, the old Pesce location…

Pop-Up Wire: Beginning today, the old Pesce location...

Beginning today, the old Pesce location at 2227 Polk Street is hosting a brand-new project: the preview pop-up for Adriano Paganini's forthcoming Uno Dos Tacos. With a revamped interior and an upcoming tequila and mezcal [Read entire story]

Ladies of Liquor: Brass Tacks’ Alicia Walton

Ladies of Liquor: Brass Tacks' Alicia Walton

[Photo: Patricia Chang] Eater's Cocktail Week 2013 is underway, and with it comes a weeklong feature spotlighting some of San Francisco's most stellar drink-slingers. Ladies, leave your man at home: today's craft [Read entire story]

Fire!: The smoke has cleared after Friday…

Fire!: The smoke has cleared after Friday...

The smoke has cleared after Friday morning's Mission fire in Maverick's kitchen, and the news is bad. "It is super difficult to see something we have cultivated, nurtured, and grown go up in smoke," states the restaurant [Read entire story]

Eater Giveaway: Reminder: You Can Win the Le Creuset Cornucopia

Eater Giveaway: Reminder: You Can Win the Le Creuset Cornucopia

This is just a friendly neighborhood reminder that we are itching to giveaway the Le Creuset Cornucopia to one lucky reader. What does this little bundle include you ask? You can win: • The ultimate cast iron set [Read entire story]

Restaurant review – Mama Ji’s in S.F.

Of all the Chinese restaurants in all of San Francisco, the last place I expected to find an obscure, childhood favorite dish was in the Castro. The couple lives a few blocks away and has converted an old cafe into a [Read entire story]

Fresh start for Top 100 restaurant Pesce

Gone is the Polk Street place's narrow dining room, cozy nook in back and fishing nets holding glass balls. Instead there's an expansive 115-seat space covered with a tin ceiling, sleek walnut panels wrapping the [Read entire story]