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The 38 Essential San Francisco Restaurants, Winter 2019


The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now, February 2019

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With a Shortage of Reviews, SF Restaurants Grow Restless

Oscars Dinners, Dumpling Festival, and More Local Food Events

Infamous Castro Bottomless Brunch Returns Behind a Fake Pawn Shop in SoMa

Historic Berkeley Juice Co-op Moving On After 42 Years

Longstanding Mission Dive Bar Has Served Its Last Pizza and Pitcher

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15 Exciting Places to Eat and Drink in Santa Cruz

Virgin Hotels SF Opens With Stylish Restaurant and Rooftop Bar To Follow

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San Francisco's Top Toast

Bye Bye to Tawla, Burgermeister,and More Restaurants That Have Closed

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21 of the Best Bakeries in the East Bay

SoMa Gastropub Goes All In as Wagyu-Focused Steakhouse

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The Essential Sacramento Restaurants, Winter 2019

Thelonious Monk-Inspired Beer Returns After Settlement With Musician’s Estate

Nobu Plans Fancy, Two-Story Expansion in Palo Alto Hotel

Hong Kong Lounge II Won’t Reopen ‘Anytime Soon’

North Beach Loses Its Only Thai Restaurant Next Month

Authentic Italian Gelateria Says Goodbye to SoMa

Over-the-Top Porchetta Donut Sandwich Makes Its Grand Return

Longtime Chef Departs Beloved Oakland Italian Restaurant

Silicon Valley Is Getting a New Traditional German Beer Hall

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San Francisco’s 2019 Michelin Stars, Mapped

Barack Obama Dined at Ayesha Curry’s SF Restaurant on Presidents’ Day

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The Best Things Eater Editors Ate This Week

Wagyu-Focused Niku Steakhouse Opens in SF’s Design District

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The 13 Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Oakland

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SF’s Hottest Cocktail Bars, February 2019

North Beach Business Rises From the Ashes of Neighborhood Fire

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Where to Eat and Drink Near Jack London Square

Inside Nommo, a Lofty New Bar and Restaurant From a Cocktail Dream Team

Soul Food Mecca Brown Sugar Kitchen Finally Opens New Oakland Flagship

A Vietnamese Immigrant Wants to Bring Great Banh Mi to Berkeley