The Food Network’s TV show "Chopped" is debuting a spinoff this month "Chopped 420" on Discovery+, and you guessed it, it’s a cooking competition where chef contestants must use THC in their dishes. Featured in one of the episodes is San Francisco's own Victor Aguilera of Arepas en Bici.
The Tailor's Son, a restaurant by Adriano Paganini, to open in the former Elite Cafe on Fillmore Street
Good news for Italian food lovers in Lower Pacific Heights: The Tailor’s Son on Fillmore St. (2049 Fillmore St.) is finally set to open, with a projected date of March 31st. It’s the newest opening by Adriano Paganini — San Francisco’s single most prolific restaurateur.
Legendary North Beach poet, publisher, and bookseller Lawrence Ferlinghetti, has died. He was 101 years of age. The beloved literary icon died peacefully in his San Francisco home surrounded by loved ones, "holding the hands of his son and his son’s girlfriend, 'as he took his last breath,'" his son Lorenzo Ferlinghetti said on Tuesday.
The 55th Super Bowl kicks off this Sunday with the Kansas City Chiefs aiming to defend their title against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Looking for some food and libation options to enjoy while watching the game at home? From hearty brisket slider kits to Spanish-influenced snack packages, we’ve got you covered.
As Hoodline first reported in November of 2019, Noriega Produce will open as a fully-fledged Gus’s Community Market. The Outer Sunset grocery store, owned by the team behind local chain Gus's Community Market, will open on Tuesday, February 2 at 3701 Noriega St. (at 44th Ave.).
Private investigator Jack Palladino, who worked on high-profile cases including celebrity and political scandals involving Bill Clinton and Kurt Cobain, among others, has died after suffering from a violent attack and attempted robbery in the Haight-Ashbury.
Jaranita SF, owned by the team behind Peruvian restaurant La Mar Cebicheria Peruana, to debut a new eatery in the Marina District, focusing on wood-fired rotisserie chicken, tapas, empanadas, and infused-sake cocktails (until the liquor license comes through).
Popular dive bar Zeitgeist will soon be bringing some much needed comic relief to the city. Starting this Sunday, November 15, the bar will host a live, recurring stand-up comedy night in its beer garden with performers from local comedy group House People.