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3/5/2012

1. Hog Island Oyster Bar More than a pound of clams in their shells dog-pile on top of skin-on potatoes, with color pops of carrots... More»

3/5/2012

Tucked into a shoebox-size space on Grant Avenue, Little Vine operates as something of a shrine to artisan food producers. Its shelves are filled with... More»

3/5/2012

Order a Dark ’n Stormy at your favorite bar, and you’ll soon be sipping a blend of Gosling’s dark rum and a fizzy hit of ginger beer (the... More»

2/22/2012

1. Bayerischer Bahnh of Berliner Weisse, Germany A low alcohol content—just 3 percent—and slightly sour notes of lemon and... More»

2/21/2012

Thomas Keller normally sets trends rather than following them. So when even he bows to the Bay Area’s obsession with all things gluten-free... More»

2/15/2012

Every Monday since last December, Russell Moore and his team of cooks at Camino have celebrated... More»

2/14/2012

Tasha DeSerio has some serious salad bona fides. The Berkeley cooking instructor, caterer, and writer not only cooked at Chez Panisse, she contributed to... More»

2/14/2012

Oakland With this long-awaited offshoot of their popular Mediterranean-style small plates restaurant À Côté in Rockridge, owner... More»

2/14/2012

Redwood City Picture Il Fornaio with a few artisan touches, and you get an image of this earnest, outsize restaurant, where chef... More»

2/14/2012

Union Square This winning newcomer located in the tiny building that used to house Bar Crudo is everything that nearby Union Square... More»

2/13/2012

Beer tends to get matched up with vaguely northern European fare, heavy on the sausage, or typical pub standards such as wings, burgers, and thick-cut fries... More»

2/13/2012

Toward the tail end of its life, the Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton was like a character from Downton Abbey: stiff-lipped and stuck in another era... More»