While San Francisco has ongoing coffee debates with umpteen local coffee roasters, tea is often left out. This weekend, it’s tea’s time to shine with the Second Annual San Francisco International Tea Festival, happening Sunday, March 10 at the Ferry Building.
For culinary students, there’s no better example of “real world experience” than cooking alongside a Michelin-star chef from one of San Francisco’s top restaurant—in a competition. Starting on Sunday, March 3, that’s exactly what’s going on at Luce, with the Second Annual Culinary Clash.
On Sunday, February 24, the top female mixologists in the Bay Area will compete in the first nationwide women-only cocktail competition—Speed Rack.
It’s that time of year: Tuesday, February 5 is IHOP’s National Pancake Day. From 7 a.m. until 10 p.m., restaurant-goers can enjoy a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes at any IHOP location.
The NoPa ‘hood, formally North of the Panhandle, is one of most up-and-coming neighborhoods of San Francisco, with “coming soon” signs becoming quite prevalent up and down Divisadero. Whether you’re new to the area or are still deciding if NoPa is a real neighborhood, there’s a lot to discover.
A lesson in bourbon is a lesson in American history, as I learned last night at the Knob Creek Standard Dinner held at Rich Table. The dinner was the final in an eight-night series held across four U.S. cities, pairing some of the hottest new restaurants with all-American Knob Creek bourbon.