Marc Anthony sings “God Bless America” at the 2013 MLB All-Star Game, and a bunch of nitwits decided to post racist tweets on Twitter. A lesson on social etiquette included for one of the racists. Read more →
Nestled into the deep, deep areas of San Jose somewhere, a place I rarely frequent, is the second of two locations of the The Boiling Crab. What I took on as a spicy challenge ended up being something else;but a fun and entertaining evening was had with great company and a terrific dining concept. The location is large, but good luck bringing a large party because only one thing is certain: they do not take reservations, period.
Business is booming at Turtle Tower, so they decided to go ahead and gouge their customers for more money. Now, they want only cash, and will still charge us taxes. But for our convenience, they state, they will provide an ATM at which we can pay them fees to withdraw cash. Boo on TT; I think not. Continue reading
Is there any reason not to go visit an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ with dduk-bossam?
I didn’t think so.
YakiniQ in Japantown of San Francisco offers good meat, a casual and fun space, with good dduk-bossam. Read the review to find out all about the restaurant as well as how to eat this Korean cuisine. Continue reading
On Van Ness Ave in San Francisco, for the last 60+ years, an iconic restaurant exists to this day serving up the best prime rib in San Francisco.The wait is long without reservations, and House of Prime Rib is perhaps San Francisco’s busiest restaurant, but it’s worth the wait. This is a staple and landmark in San Francisco for both residents and visitors alike. Continue reading
Boxing Room opens up with a bang in San Francisco, serving up some fantastic examples of Southern cooking. The gumbo is outstanding and the small bites on the menu are fun to share. With an excellent flounder and other Creole and Cajun offerings, Boxing Room is indeed the hippest place to be for 2011. Continue reading
Ten years after the infamous and tragic date of September 11, 2001 — we continue to remember, and carry on our promise to never forget. Read more →