Hi friends, family and followers!!! I’ve taken some time off, but here I am, back in the action. And what better way to start than one of the best restaurants I’ve been to in a while – Cala. Even Michael Bauer, Food Critic for the San Francisco Chronicle entitled his November..
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La Cocina is an amazing organization. They’ve been around for 10 years. La Cocina’s Food & Entrepreneurship Conference was held the first weekend in November with Saturday being a food tour of the many great success stories that La Cocina has produced. Sunday entails a conference session with many diverse speakers, talking..
It might be just me, but I’ve always thought that Chile is a country, and chili is something you eat. Green Chile Kitchen makes me completely wrong. I’ve been wanting to go to Green Chile Kitchen since they opened nine years back. The restaurant is at McAllister and Baker, making it GU..
Aaahhh Nopalito. I’ve been dying to go there ever since they opened. Nopa is still one of the hottest tickets in town, and I haven’t been there either. But when the Nopa owners decided to open Nopalito based on one of their chefs preparing Mexican food for their staff and..
We had a whirlwind trip to Austin this past September. We were looking at potentially moving there, so we looked at real estate, and we ate and drank like crazy!!! We managed to get into Vespaio’s, a wildly popular Italian restaurant near where my friend Amy lives. Amy told us..
My Groupon for an appetizer, two entrees and one dessert at Regalito Rosticeria was about to expire, so I decided that eating Regalito Rosticeria food at the Giants game would be a great choice. The problem was that the Groupon was for use eating IN the restaurant only. I was..
I first heard about Bette’s Oceanview Diner from Check Please Bay Area. If you haven’t watched this KQED PBS show, you’re missing some great reviews of bay area restaurants. The show is a half hour, and three guests pick three restaurants, and they each go and check them out. ..
When at the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market in San Francisco, we like to enjoy the wonderful Mexican food at Mojito San Francisco, Tracy DesJardin’s place. (She now also has one at AT&T Park.) Tracy DesJardins grew up in the Central Valley and had a childhood exposed to Mexican cuisine. So,..
When I moved from LA in 1994, I took for granted that Mexican restaurants were just plain good. Rarely would you find a bad one. In San Francisco, rarely do you find a really good one. My friend, Ricardo from Texas, who used to live in San Francisco, told me..
The best late night study break we ever had when I was attending UCLA was a trip to Tito’s Tacos. There is always a line at this place. Whenever I’m in the Washington Blvd. and 405 area, I try to make it back to Tito’s Tacos. I order their beef..