This should be interesting.
Polk Gulch: Yesterday the Board of Supes voted unanimously in favor of a neighborhood moratorium on new bars on Polk Street between O'Farrell and California Streets. [SF Appeal] Westfield: The Creme Brulee Cart's fourth outpost, at the Westfield Centre, is...
He says they should come clean and not pay for lawyers.
The restaurant sounds undamaged.
Hammer still has at least 300 friends.
The chain cites the higher cost of doing business in S.F. as the reason they can't participate in the promotion.
Willie Brown says the crowd is '75 percent [native] San Franciscans.'
Now Willie Brown's come out with some fightin' words for the landlords!
• The amusing story of SFist's Andrew Dalton attempting to crash Willie Brown's post-inauguration dinner for Ed Lee over the weekend (here's a review of buffet items from the morning affair), and failing to find out what, if any, Brown's...
A man generally accustomed to wide berths and VIP treatment gets shafted at Scalinatella in midtown.
Apparently, our mayor has an appetite for "extreme" eating.
Da former Mayor tells the chef he should open up one of his Cut steakhouses there.
He compares Crenn to Gary Danko and Quince.
Remarkably, he says, the white chefs' chicken he tried was just as good as the African American chefs' chicken.
A "very well-known man-about-town" who sounds like Willie Brown neglected to tip a staffer at a "restaurant near the Ferry Building" that sounds like One Market when said staffer returned to him his fedora. "With Earth Day on the way,...
"Some time ago I raised questions about the testing that goes on with the so-called little treats that restaurants send out. Please give me the option to say yes or no before you show up with them."
"Pay [for] somebody's dinner because the reso is late? Do you get [a] free ticket when your flight is delayed?"
Haltun, which opened in May, is apparently pretty good.
"If you go to Tres Agaves, stay in the bar. Eat the chips and guacamole, drink the margaritas, and say you’re on a diet."