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10/19/2011

Tartine Afterhours Samin Nosrat not only runs the Pop-Up General Store, an occasional market for food crafters, but also hosts a... More»

10/19/2011

How nice to walk into Boxing Room, the new New Orleans-inspired restaurant from the people behind Absinthe, and find that it goes easy on the Big Easy... More»

10/19/2011

When it comes to brewing, Jesse Friedman and Damian Fagan have borrowed a page from their chef friends: Keep it local and follow the seasons. In July, the... More»

10/19/2011

The first thing you’re likely to notice upon entering Dig, a new wine shop in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, is a turntable elegantly... More»

10/19/2011

Fried bread is the Esperanto of the kitchen, an international language of hot oil and dough that’s spoken around the world. From Navajo... More»

10/19/2011

With a purity and articulation that match the clean lines of the space, the cocktails mixed behind the fine-grained wood counter at Bar Agricole are some of... More»

10/19/2011

In my family, we abide by two strict culinary rules: Never cut a bagel toward your face, and beware of menus that cross too many time zones. The... More»

9/26/2011

It’s six o’clock on a Tuesday morning, and Sam Mogannam is running up 22nd Street with a friend. The hill is steep, but that doesn’t seem... More»

8/1/2011

Greetings, dear reader, and welcome to another issue of the Prairie Home Companion of city magazines, where all the women are... More»

6/17/2011

Rarely have backwoods and bohemian gone together so well—or with such underground notice—as they have at Andrew Mariani’s two-year-old ... More»

1/24/2011

The waiter has just about had it. It’s his third time back to the table after being peppered with questions about the cod, crab cakes, and tuna. This... More»

11/23/2010

It was mid-August in the freakishly cool summer of 2010, and along parts of the Sonoma Coast, only a handful of days in the previous three months had seen... More»