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January 2016's Top Stories on Eater SF

The hottest restaurant news from this week that got you reading.

Bourbon Steak

January 29

1. Michael Mina to Close Bourbon Steak in March

A sudden and shocking departure.

2. 7 New San Francisco Happy Hours

The latest in post-work imbibing.

3. 7 of San Francisco's Best Hot Wings

Super Bowl is coming, which means you definitely need wings.

4. Chubby Noodle Owner Going Hard at 2016 With Four New Concepts

Looks like you love yourself some Chubby Noodle.

5. One of SF's Most Anticipated Restaurants Is Now Open, Among Others

We're looking at you, The Perennial.

January 22

1. How to Eat Cheap(er) at San Francisco's Finest Restaurants

You need serious cash to eat at SF's top fine dining destinations. Or, you could try these five, which all offer ways to experience the magic for less.

2. Hangry Cop Allegedly Pulls Gun on Slow Fast Food Employees

The officer is now on administrative leave. Woops.

3. How The Perennial's Sustainable Model Will Break the Restaurant Mold

We took a deep dive into the "progressive agrarian cuisine" at The Perennial, complete with explainers on aquaponics and carbon farming.

4. Gaylord Indian Restaurant Shut Down for Owing $9K In Past Rent

Drama drama drama.

5. Michelin-Starred Ame to Close After Ten Years

It's a sad loss for San Francisco's dining scene.


January 15

1. Nachoria Is the Nachos Restaurant of Your Drunken Dreams

Burlingame just got a serious new dining addition in the form of Nachoria, a restaurant dedicated to "the art of the triangle," AKA the nacho. Obviously that got people clicking. Here's what you need to know.

2. Oakland Restaurant Week's 3 Best and 3 Worst Dining Deals

We ran the numbers on which restaurants save you the most money — and which cost you.

3. San Francisco Restaurant Week's Best and Worst Dining Deals

Same here. Turns out Eater readers like a good deal.

4. Check out the Meaty Menu at Black Bark BBQ, Igniting a Barbecue Revival in the Fillmore

San Francisco is not exactly known for its plethora of amazing barbecue options, so it's no wonder people get excited over this one. Here's hoping Black Bark changes that.

5. Michael Mina Restaurant Revamps With New Executive Chef and Lead Sommelier

Our homegrown celebrity chef is making changes at his eponymous, flagship restaurant? Of course people want to know what's going on with that.