At Humphrey Slocombe, organic milk and seasonal flavors are used. For winter, try the pumpkin five spice, which tastes like pumpkin pie. Read more.
Frog Hollow calls their peaches the "Oh My God" peach, because that's what you say when you eat one. The café also has memorable pears, plums, apricots, cherries, chutneys and fruit-filled pastries. Read more.
This pastry and cake maker also carries candies and handspun cotton candy. Look for rare European brands, Mast Brothers Chocolate from New York and homemade marshmallows. Read more.
The testicles are outstanding, the tuna heart got us swooning, and the bone marrow is aptly named "God's Butter." If you are (or would like) a large party, the whole pig is the way to go. Read more.
Don't be surprised if you spot a celebrity in between sips of your fantastic cocktail (small-batch artisanal spirits only, please!) Read more.
Chef Chris Cosentino is a genius, and one of America's foremost authorities on snout-to-tail dining. Head, brains, blood, guts--it's all edible bliss to Chris. --Andrew Zimmern, Bizarre Foods Read more.
Nothing like a hot clam chowder...it's #99 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.
The housemade hot dog is great...it's #68 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.
Indulge in the fried chicken and waffles...it's #4 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.