Much to the neighborhood’s delight, Grand Fare Market gets it right with a reboot.
Clifford and Tammy Chow open a sub franchise in Alameda that helps first responders.
The Shaver is a kamikaze-like creation with origins to dis the queen.
The new edition for Saboor Zarari is the most satisfying yet, pulling together European techniques, Afghan flavors, and Mediterranean ingredients.
This year’s version of the foodie festival pulls out all the stops, pitting chef against chef and butchers against butchers.
The garnet grenades bejewel local dishes, including pistachio- crusted lamb chops, and herald autumn.
A seafood-y sibling to Bourbon & Beef in Rockridge caters to pescaterians in downtown.
And the menu is refreshingly compact, consisting of about five starters, five vegetables, and 10 meat/fish entrees.
The national restaurant chain brings the local, sustainable food movement back to where it started.
To celebrate summer, The Double Standard mixes good and evil in a devilishly delicious drink, The Devil’s Advocate, of gin, raspberry, and absinthe, mostly.