Incanto is a restaurant that is commonly associated with offal–but I discover that it’s about so much more than just pig. Read more →
“Caliente: Too Hot to Handle” is an amazing production at Teatro ZinZanni, starring Christine Deaver and Robert Lopez, with a whole crew of fascinatingly talented people in the cast. In production until June 19th, 2011 — this is one show not to be missed. And Teatro ZinZanni is San Francisco’s BEST theater and dinner show, hands down! Read more →
New to the San Francisco food scene, Commonwealth has quickly become a popular dining location in the Mission. Serving up some dishes worthy of much higher level restaurants, this place has an interesting concept of tapas.
There is never a night on which I will turn down a “Seven Courses of Beef” dinner at Anh Hong. It’s a healthy meal, fresh, and packed full of flavor and fun! If you like Vietnamese Spring Rolls – you will absolutely love Anh Hong! Read more →
Priced high, and fancier than most dim sum restaurants are (or perhaps, should be), Yank Sing offers consistently good to excellent dim sum fare. One thing that cannot be missed while here is the incredibly delicious Shanghai Dumplings; this is the reason I can’t stop going! Continue reading
Another Korean restaurant that fits right into the “not so much” category of Korean restaurants in San Francisco. They attempt a unique Korean fusion spin to their menu, but sadly — the few things I’ve tried fall short of “good”. Read more →
Acquerello is perhaps San Francisco’s best restaurant for a private and intimate date. Offering astoundingly delicious food from Tuesday to Saturday, reservations are required. While Italian in name and wine list, the food delves into regions all over the world while maintaining an Italian flair, with only two pasta dishes on the menu at best. Do not miss out on ordering the foie gras pasta! Read more →