If you're looking for some Saigon-style street dining, head over for Rice Paper Scissors. This Thursday pop-up hits all the right spots with amazing bahn mi sandwiches and other Vietnamese vittles. Read more.
If you want big portions of slow-cooked, home-style ramen, go in on Thursdays or Sundays for Ken Ken Ramen. This pop-up venture serves both lunch and dinner, so get in there and eat up! Read more.
Drop in on a Friday evening for Big Easy inspired grub from pop-up, Easy Creole. Try the red beans with smoked sausage and the gumbo! And of course, treat yourself to some pan dulce for dessert. Read more.
Pop-up deli, Wise Sons, dishes up real-deal Jewish Deli food made from scratch and served with a sense of old school hospitality. Go on Saturdays (9am-2pm) to get your fill of hot pastrami on rye. Read more.
If you happen to find yourself in the throes of a sweet tooth takeover, and it's pretty likely you will— just go for it and get a box of 12 amazing, assorted flavors to take home. You won't regret it! Read more.
You have to try the Crab Sautéed Glass Noodles. The flavor of this dish is so rich and dynamic. Read more.
Try the Chesapeake Bay Soft Shell Crab Fluffs! Crunchy on the outside and crabby on the inside. The sweet and tangy rémoulade is addicting! Read more.
For beginners, enroll in the primer course, taught by Judy Creighton.For three hours, you learn the ABCs of cheese and get to sample each of the twelve flavor families. Read more.
The take-away, lunch-only place serves rice chips in place of the usual corn variety, & its salsa beats many a Mexican joint's. Get there as early as possible, because the lines get insanely long. Read more.
Open a few weeks now it’s already on many a gourmet’s top-ten list. Italian food with a strong folksy, salt-of-the-earth, straight-from-the-farm vibe dominates. Read more.
Grab a “cheddar head” sandwich and a beer and sit at one of the tables or, grab a chunk to go and embark on a nice long bread-and-cheese binge in the privacy of your own home. Read more.
A small storefront belies the fact that Azalea is not only gigantic but also houses a spa. It's a one-stop destination for everything from denim to Opening Ceremony blouses and Surface To Air bags. Read more.
Try the Lemon Buttermilk Pie. It's sweet creamy and tangy, a buttery pie freshened by citrus and topped with candied lemon. Read more.
Photo op! The 12,000 square-foot Victorian greenhouse is one of the most photographed sites in SF. Powered by ParentsConnect.com Read more.
This farm was once a freeway! Drop in Wednesday, Thursday, or Sunday, noon–5:00, to volunteer. Learn about how this little utopia evolved in this episode of “Driven: True Stories of Inspiration”: Read more.
One of the best burgers I've had in San Francisco. And the mac n cheese with chili is amazing (even more so than the mac n cheese with lobster & truffle oil!) Read more.
Scrumptious cookies-and-cream cookie and milk...it's #65 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.
They're known for their Little Stars...they're #60 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.
Settle down with a margarita...it's #84 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2010. Read more.
Since it opened, F+W has been making waves with its sophisticated pizzas and pasta, but even more impressive is that it's lived up to the hype. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
This festive 30-seat interior w/ a booth built from an actual Tilt-a-Whirl is bringing you a "half-carny" experience with The Ring Master: ground chuck burger on a Krispy Kreme donut filled experience Read more.
There's a world of warm cocktails beyond the hot toddy - order the Hot Castle Dip created by Thad Vogler. Its the best hot drink on the menu! Click More Info for the full recipe. Read more.