It's rare to find a venue that aims to make you feel whole. Fit, with healthy practices and classes that encourage strenght. Inspired, with workshops, screenings, and performances. Nourished, with thoughtfully prepared and deliciously executed fare.
It's no secret that restaurant industry folks tend to be a hard-drinking bunch. But that just means they have even more reasons to take some time off the drink. Recently, the "Dry January" movement has taken hold -- spending one month without drinking. And it's a trend on both sides of the bar -- mixologists cutting back, along with their customers.
It's become a requirement in the description for any new restaurant. "Locally-sourced, organic, farm-to-table fare." But farm-to-table wasn't always de rigeur, and pursuing a program of ingredients-driven fare was not always a no-brainer.
More than a few modern tapas bars have opened across New York in the last few years -- but Huertas stands head and shoulders above the rest. A full-fledged restaurant, it's an equally great place to swing by for a slice of tortilla and a Spanish beer, or a many-course meal you won't soon forget. Here's why we love Huertas....
Over the course of one year in New York City, so many bars and restaurants open that it can be difficult to keep track. But as the calendar flips over to 2017, we're taking a chance to look back on the biggest openings of the year. In 2016, we saw ambitious projects from much-lauded bartenders, successful transformations of restaurant concepts into bars, and previously underserved neighborhoods getting their own excellent ...
As 2016 comes to a close, we think it's a fitting moment to look back on a year that was filled with ups and downs, joys and heartbreak and, most importantly, seriously good food. San Francisco had a banner year as far as restaurant openings were concerned, as long-anticipated projects came to fruition, and brilliant newcomers burst on the scene. Here are our picks for the top 10 openings in San Francisco this year....
At this point, most of us have made our New Year's Eve plans, figuring out where to ring in the new year and who to pop the bubbles with. But have you thought beyond Saturday night -- to brunch on New Year's Day? Here are three epic brunches to quell your NYE hangover and make sure that you start off 2017 in the best way possible.
As the calendar flips to 2017, we're looking ahead into the year to come. What will mixologists obsess about this year? What ingredients and techniques will move from obscure to ubiquitous? Where will craft cocktails pop up next? Here's our expert look on what's ahead.
Whether you're decking the halls in full Christmas spirit on Sunday, spinning a dreidel, or none of the above, a Chinese feast out is a fitting way to celebrate, well, anything. Here are our top four spots to do so, at restaurants known for their spice, fresh noodles, and deft presentation of regional Chinese cuisines.
First there was Fernet, the industry drink-of-choice that took San Francisco by storm, showing up at bars around town on tap. Then there was amaro, launching a generation of spritz and negroni drinkers, with a newfound love for bitter spirits. There was sherry and vermouth, taken from the bars of Spain and showcased on bar and restaurant menus around the city.