Residents of Walnut Creek are embroiled in a burger battle. They aren’t arguing over the tastiness of In-N-Out’s fries, but a proposed restaurant in their backyards. Along with its secret sauce and milkshakes, residents fear that In-N-Out could bring noise and traffic to the neighborhood, located near Larkey Park on the border of Pleasant Hill.
Actress-turned-wellness-guru Gwyneth Paltrow has been floating around San Francisco’s foodie scene this week, and she’s hitting all the hyped-up hotspots.
At the California Street location of Mollie Stone’s, a pricey grocery store in one of San Francisco’s wealthiest neighborhoods, Mary Risley pushed a shopping cart full of day-old baguettes, rolls and sandwiches tied up in a white garbage bag, walking with a slight hobble from recent hip and knee replacements. The haul was for her…
My week of dining at Commis, China Live, Finn Town, Le Colonial, Ballanico and Rooh
Oakland’s inventive sandwich shop, Pal’s Take Away, is celebrating its ninth anniversary this year with the launch of a guest chef series.
When a simple “no” just won’t do.
The Hall in Mid-Market will close late September to make way for housing project
After eight years on Piedmont Avenue, Adesso in Oakland will close and the space will be sold to new owners. No date has been set for the final service.
Speakeasy Ales & Lagers has had a hectic couple of months, to say the least. Now it’s announced it will outsource some of its production for the time being — to upstate New York. The company has signed a contract brewing agreement with Shmaltz Brewing Co.
The best of what I ate this week.