Corrupt and corporate San Francisco Chronicle food critic Michael Bauer has finally been put out to pasture, ending his way-too-long 32-year run as San Francisco’s shadiest restaurant reviewer. Bauer mailed it in for his final review last Friday, a four-star blowjob to the “reimagined Michael Mina” which has been there
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY BENDER’S BECAUSE THEY ARE BADASS. DROP BY AND MAKE SOME BAD DECISIONS WITH SOME GOOD PEOPLE! Guest Post by Lauren Volper I started my service career at sixteen years old. Seventeen years later, and I have since managed to spill coca-cola on Sigourney Weaver at a diner in
Well it’s come to this. We’re finally at a point where San Francisco burgers are so expensive in that we need a list of the few that are actually $10 or below.
In September 2017, Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc on the Caribbean mere weeks after Hurricane Irma swept through the islands. Puerto Rico was devastated, with the overall damages leaving millions without food or water and the largest power outage in American history. In José Andrés’ newest book, We Fed an Island: The
Oh boy do I have a great deal for all you wonderful brokesters! The crew over at Frozen Kuhsterd on Haight Street has taken their imagination for flavor combinations to a new level. They jammed Lucky Charms and Jameson Whiskey into one delicious Irish stereotyped flavor. It’s the only 21+
If you don’t already know about this place, you’ll never guess where it is. Go ahead, guess. Nope, that’s not it. It’s not what you’re thinking, my hoa (‘hoa’ is ‘friend’ Hawaiian…I googled it). This isn’t some new ‘secret’ tiki bar that just opened or an old classic way out in
Your friends’ Burning Man posts are already fricking relentless on Facebook, and you’re that sad-sack who’s not going. Well don’t trip! Turns out San Francisco and Oakland bars and stores are still open regular hours during Burning Man, and tons of wack events are scheduled in the Bay Area from
OFF MENU IS SPONSORED BY EMPEROR NORTON’S BOOZELAND THE TENDERLOIN’S NEWEST HISTORIC DIVE. HAPPY HOUR NOON – 7PM Update: The Marco Senghor Legal Defense Fund GoFundMe is now online and taking donations. The man who founded the Mission District cult-hit Senegalese restaurant Bissap Baobab is the latest victim of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration