The barbecue trend marches on. With the opening of this new spot, the Castro now has a place for brisket, pulled pork and ribs.
The Dogpatch continues to get more eating options. This spot will focus, as the name suggests, on rotisserie chicken, as well as other pan-Latin dishes.
This Hayes Valley Japanese restaurant is now serving lunch, including restrained options (miso soup with pumpkin, nettles and Maitake mushrooms) and not-so (bacon-wrapped hot dog with tare, scallions and spicy ponzu mayonnaise).
This long-awaited brewpub in the Mission has opened, with $3 drafts and food--including charcuterie, burgers, pasta and more--prepared by former Osteria Coppa cook Tyler Moorish.
Today is opening day for this Southern food and beer emporium in Union Square. Yes, there will be fried chicken.
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