Explore San Francisco

Articles for Food

Anchor Brewing

Anchor Brewing September 29, 2011 | Food, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
One of the more unique things to do in San Francisco is the Anchor Brewing Company tour and tasting. Brewing beer in San Francisco since 1896 and located in the Potrero Hill neighborhood since 1979, it’ s a great tour for those interested in either beer brewing or local history. Although they’ve...

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry With Your Out-of-Town Guests

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry With Your Out-of-Town Guests September 8, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
I’ve had quite a few friends from my hometown of Boston cruise through the city recently. One of my favorite things to do with out-of-town guests is show off San Francisco’s eclectic mix of cuisine and cocktails. No knock on Boston at all (and I say that having just spent the majority of a week gorging...

Commonwealth – A Worthy Splurge

Commonwealth – A Worthy Splurge July 18, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
“I want to lick this bowl.” “I want to eat this for breakfast every day,” I responded. “This is probably what rich people eat for breakfast every day.” Let it be noted that my friend and I were not actually eating breakfast. It was about 10 p.m. on a Friday night and we had both been staring...

They Had Us at Bacon

They Had Us at Bacon July 12, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
First comes love, then comes bacon. Or is it the other way around? It’s about time a mobile bacon machine cruised around this fine, fog-filled, veggie-loving city of ours. Let’s face it, it’s cold this week, and we could all slap a little more fatty, pork belly onto our sinewy, Lululemon-clad thighs...

Deep-Fried Alligator, Now Served in Hayes Valley

Deep-Fried Alligator, Now Served in Hayes Valley June 15, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
San Francisco is not known for its Cajun cuisine, but that may change once Boxing Room opens its doors on June 16th in Hayes Valley. ‘Gator not only appears on the menu, but on the barstools next to the snaking zinc countertop (don’t worry, it’s fake). Choose from a dazzling 20 brews (and...

Vegetarian Fare in the Foodie Haven

Vegetarian Fare in the Foodie Haven May 24, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
My upstairs neighbor is a young pup who plopped down into the dark depths of the Tenderloin fresh after his graduation from Harvard. He’s a sweet guy with loads of ambition and lots of muscle – he’s well over six feet tall and just started running marathons and competing in triathlons. This guy...

Scenes From a San Francisco North Beach Pizza Joint

Scenes From a San Francisco North Beach Pizza Joint May 3, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
The Doors soundtrack blasted above the murmur of patrons who devoured their thick pepperoni and pesto vegetarian squares. A row of loners lined the bar stools sipping ice cold draft beers while loud groups coagulated in the back. Chaos reigned up front as eyes widened through the big glass windows and...

San FranCinco de Mayo!

San FranCinco de Mayo! April 29, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
What better way to get pumped up for next week’s Cinco de Mayo celebration than to talk top Mexican restaurants? Check out NileGuide’s top 10 list of the best Mexican cuisine in San Francisco. This is dangerous territory because, like sushi, every San Francisco local has their absolute fave Mexican...

Obama and Blues BBQ

Obama and Blues BBQ April 21, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
I’m amazed at how some businesses stay open in the Tenderloin, and I’m equally amazed at the brave souls who take the risk of operating one. Not because I think it’s too dangerous, more so because of the riff-raff they have to deal with, and the subpar foot traffic of consumers who have disposable...

New Rooftop Patio Alert

New Rooftop Patio Alert February 28, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
In Denver, Colorado, usable and functional roofs exist on every block. At the first hint of 65 degree weather, the entire city spends their happy hour boozing on these upper piazzas, gazing west at the massive wall of snow-dusted Rocky Mountains and the epic sunsets they produce. It’s a tragedy how...
x
Next Post:

Read More »