Eat & Drink
If the service is good, it deserves tip and none of these excuses justifies not leaving one.
With its roots beginning in the Gold Rush, San Francisco’s Steam Beer has been brewed here for at least 150 years.
Russian Hill: There’s a pleasant aroma of Morrocan spices in the air, with candlelight splashing on desert tones as you walk into Berber. A quiet tingle of anticipation in the restaurant too, not just because a multi-course, Michelin-acclaimed meal is coming, but because everyone in the room knows a live show will begin too, and that brings its own special energy.
The weather across most of our country has been hot enough to not just fry an egg, but to fry a thick-cut pork chop. Seattle and Portland are expected to break heat records this week and the northeast isn’t much better. While most people are clamoring for coolness, there are
This week, a private battle between Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile (OSFMM) and a private high school, St. Ignatius College Preparatory(SI), became very public via a letter published online by OSFMM. The permit for The Sunset’s popular and well-trafficked farmer’s market will expire on August 13th and, while the
Anyone who has waited tables for more than a hot minute has pretty much developed a sixth sense that can sniff out good tippers from bad ones. And after waiting tables for many years, some servers think they can predict the tip based simply on the type of person that
Geoff Davis is challenging our idea of what we think American Food is with his new restaurant Burdell; featuring modern soul food. Davis has been in the industry for over 15 years and has worked for many high-end restaurants such as Aqua, Fifth Floor, Cyrus in Healdsburg, and was the