People who love the creative and technical cuisine from the fine dining pop-up Anomaly will be happy to know that the owner, chef Mike Lanham, is about to open a permanent location.
Johnny Doughnuts is coming back to life again in SF about a mile away from their shuttered Gough Street shop at California and Fillmore streets. The doughnuts will start coming out of the fryer on Saturday, October 29, with the public grand opening starting at 7 a.m.
The SF Board of Supervisors granted Fillmore Street’s 109-year-old Clay Theatre a historical landmark designation Tuesday, though it remains unclear if the place will ever operate as a movie theater again.
Clay Theatre on verge of historic landmark designation as SF’s ‘first dedicated foreign film theater’
The SF Historic Preservation Commission has given the OK for the 109-year-old Clay Theatre to become an official landmark, but debunked a few rumors — and no, John Waters’ ‘Pink Flamingos’ did not premiere there.
Following the breadcrumbs in Dr. Anthony Faci’s financial disclosures yields a delicious discovery — Fauci is a minor investor in SF’s Pacific Heights Italian restaurant Jackson Fillmore Trattoria.
A private high school on the border of Pacific Heights and Laurel Heights is planning for a big addition to the already scattered campus, and that means a strip mall will have to be bulldozed.
Hoodline has curated a sampling of local Bay Area wine sellers to try out, from large retailers with multiple locations to small specialty companies, each offering its own unique experience.
Chef Melissa Perello on the reopening of Octavia and Frances: 'It's like opening two brand new restaurants'
It's been a long 14 months of total closure for a pair of acclaimed neighborhood restaurants, Octavia and Frances, both of which were opened by chef Melissa Perello in the last decade. And she says that the team is taking the task of reopening them one step at a time, with Octavia happening first.
Two kids were found safe in the Bayview after a carjacking/kidnapping in Pacific Heights on Saturday, Oakland swears in a new police chief, and San Jose police de-escalate two standoffs in one morning.
With construction now two years behind schedule, area businesses say the grants won't make a dent in their six-figure revenue losses.
Get your wine and house plant fix, soak up some Russian and pre-Columbian culture, get your teddy bear repaired and more with this weekend's top events in San Francisco.