NEW: Foodie app lets diners review restaurant dishes, build collections

“What’s your favorite dish on the menu?” is probably one of the questions most asked by diners at restaurants to servers. Usually you’ll receive anywhere from an honest answer to a made-up promotional line that has been passed from management to server to encourage you to order something not commonly ordered or expensive. Entire articlesContinue reading “NEW: Foodie app lets diners review restaurant dishes, build collections”

The Great San Francisco Corn Dog Festival this Saturday 3/9

Is there anything more American than enjoying a corn dog with beer? This Saturday is The Great San Francisco Corn Dog Festival is this Saturday, March 9th, 2019 from 11AM-5PM. The event is organized by SoMA StrEat Food Park (428 11th Street San Francisco, CA 94103) and FunCheapSF. Vendors will fry, dip, sauce, and serveContinue reading “The Great San Francisco Corn Dog Festival this Saturday 3/9”

Monthly Filipino-inspired Taco Tuesday with Eats by E in Berkeley March 5th

Looking for a different kind of Taco Tuesday? Eats by E Chef Eric Pascual is hosting his monthly Filipino Taco Tuesday pop-up on March 5th, 2019. The event is happening at 2940 Seventh Street Berkeley, California 94710 with Feastly from 7PM to 8:30PM and tickets are now available. Chef Pascual has hosted Feastly pop-up dinnersContinue reading “Monthly Filipino-inspired Taco Tuesday with Eats by E in Berkeley March 5th”

Lack of seasoning at Cilantro SF Taqueria

Have you ever felt a powerful craving for a burrito taking you over? That was me a few weeks ago. I didn’t know when and I didn’t know how, but I knew I needed to eat a burrito. Just the thought of a burrito in front of me was bringing a goofy smile to myContinue reading “Lack of seasoning at Cilantro SF Taqueria”

Are the prices at San Francisco’s Jijime too good to be true?

I was in the Richmond District today and was looking for a bite to eat. A friend recommended Jijime to me. Jijime is a Korean restaurant that can also be described as Asian fusion since they also serve ramen and various Japanese dishes and appetizers. I was thinking about ordering the Katsudon, a long-time favoriteContinue reading “Are the prices at San Francisco’s Jijime too good to be true?”

Memories at Isobune Sushi in San Francisco’s Japantown

I was in Japantown this past week and noticed that Isobune Sushi is now closed and has been for some time. It was the first restaurant I tried sushi as a five-year-old kid in 1994 and I have been hooked ever since. Isobune was filled with memories and I always loved the sushi boat conceptContinue reading “Memories at Isobune Sushi in San Francisco’s Japantown”

SF Beer Week 2019: Anchor Brewing Battle of the Bands

Today I had the pleasure of attending the Anchor Brewing Battle of the Bands at SoMa StrEat Food Park for the Battle of the Bands, a part of San Francisco Beer Week 2019. Today was my first at the SoMa StrEat Food Park and I was impressed with all the food trucks and the parkContinue reading “SF Beer Week 2019: Anchor Brewing Battle of the Bands”

Dining Guide: Valentine’s Day 2019 in San Francisco

Valentine’s Day is the second-busiest day in the year for restaurants after Mother’s Day. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American spent $143.56 on Valentine’s Day just two years ago and that number keeps increasing every year with nearly $4 billion spent annually on an evening out. There are dozens if not hundredsContinue reading “Dining Guide: Valentine’s Day 2019 in San Francisco”

SF Beer Week 2019: The Brew Coop x Faction Brewing

It’s SF Beer Week 2019 and although I appeared to arrive too late to attend most events, there are a few that I am able to check out. Tonight – I checked out an event with The Brew Coop and Faction Brewing. The Brew Coop opened recently off Valencia and 19th Street in the MissionContinue reading “SF Beer Week 2019: The Brew Coop x Faction Brewing”