Food & Drink

Italian Job

TABLEHOPPING: Snag prosciutto and wine at La Nebbia, catch New York–style pizza on Divis, and dive into a Feast of the Seven Fishes.

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Who doesn't like lasagna? Exactly. It's one of many reasons I'm excited to head over to the new La Nebbia (1781 Church, SF. www.lanebbia.com) in Noe Valley. The name means "fog" in Italian, something we know too damn well here.Read more »

Carb your enthusiasm

Pop-up Mattarello rolls out authentic, handmade pastas

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On a bright November afternoon, I ducked into Biondivino, a tiny but tremendously well-stocked Italian wine shop in Russian Hill, to meet John Pauley and Anna Li of Mattarello — an artisanal, handmade pasta pop-up.Read more »

Mexican dude

TABLEHOPPING: Alta CA takes us higher, Comstock Saloon rocks some changes, and two new brunches light up those late, late mornings.

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Go east

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The 510 is blowing up with new openings. Plus: how to get dinner delivered in SF for $12.

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L'chaim!

TABLEHOPPING: Two new little cafés that will rock your world, a special Hanukkah dinner, and killer "Black Friday" pastrami

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Sabrosito

TABLEHOPPINGTwo Mexican restaurants to get you fired up, and the sub shop of your dreams

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If you're a fan of the incredible birria on the weekends at Gallardo's (3248 18th St, SF. 415-436-9387), you'll be happy to know you can go for the goat at the Mexican restaurant's new location (in the former Chava's), which is still in La Mission. You can also join the line for the weekend menudo, and warm up with some pozole during the week. Welcome back, Gallardo's!Read more »

Gobble online

Ordering heritage turkeys with Bill Niman

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Triple play

TABLEHOPPING: Three new restaurant openings light up the fall. Plus: where to score green bean casserole (you know you want it) and char siu pork spring rolls.

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Best of the Bay 2013: BEST NEW GOLD RUSH

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Friends, we have eaten gold leaf. That's what they're serving these days at the new digs of the most lauded restaurant in SF, Saison: a voluptuous dish of sea urchin over grilled root custard in a handmade Japanese ceramic bowl, topped with a generous skin of melted gold. (Let's settle one question right away: no, our toilet wasn't gilded the next morning. Nor did we use the leaf to fake a grill.) It's part of the $248 tasting menu, $396 with insane wine pairing, at this two-star Michelin hotspot. Read more »

Best of the Bay 2013: BEST WORLD SOUND BITES

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Watch live flamenco and Arabian fusion music while you dance with a side of papas bravas and plantains. Take in the All-Star Latin Band on weekly Cuban and world music nights while munching Andean fresh corn tamales and yuca frita with cashew cream. Read more »