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Eating San Francisco in 36 Hours

If a capital of the foodie universe was to be crowned, San Francisco would probably be in the Top 5 running, if not selected as hands-down winner. Here, the focus is almost always on the local and seasonal. Every major chef is either a friend or student of the school of Alice Waters, and the food artisans are perfecting their craft to levels never before seen.   Read More...

Making Local Food Sexy

San Francisco is home to some of the most creative professionals in the field of marketing. Some of America’s top-brands are based here and the city’s advertising industry is second only to New York’s Madison Avenue. It is no surprise that this bounty of talent would have an influence on local food and at Ferry Terminal Market, the fine art of “packaging” local food is years ahead of anyone else.   Read More...


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A Weekend of Haute Houston Cuisine

For many, the thought of Houston being an emerging hot spot for food and drink may come as a shock. However, with one of the most ethnically diverse populations in the US and over 5 million people, the city has found a niche in the crowded foodie capital space. Old cowboy saloons have been converted into pre-prohibition cocktail emporiums, seasonal ingredients flourish 10 months of the year, and the local chefs are introducing new and exciting concepts to promote local eating.   Read More...

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The Huntington Hotel & Nob Hill Spa

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During the days of the "Wild West," Nob Hill was adorned with the mansions of the great railroad barons of the Central Pacific Line, known as the “Big Four”.  These prominent business men included C.P. Huntington, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Charles Crocker. Later, James Fair and James Flood, who amassed fortunes during the Gold Rush also built their mansions high atop the hill. This hotel is...   Read More...

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Farm to Table...Literally.

Houston, and Texas as a whole, is home to some of the most diverse agricultural production in the world but the local goods can be hard to come by. When James Beard Award-nominated Chef Monica Pope could not get to the farmer, she brought the farmer to her doorstep by using her own restaurant as a market where certified local food is available for all to enjoy. Proving that even the simplest of ideas can have a big impact on the local food movement.   Read More...

Gobsmacked in Ireland

Areta Lloyd wasn’t expecting to walk through a gorgeous sun-dappled terrace to find a beautifully laid out breakfast in the dining room of the Dylan Hotel in Dublin. In fact, she had been explicitly warned to expect the worst in cuisine by an Irish-Canadian restauranteur no less. She was pleasantly surprised to find a land filled with great local food.   Read More...

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Foreign Cinema

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Web Site: http://www.foreigncinema.com

Foreign Cinema is on of San Francisco's most happening hang-outs for dinner, drinks, or lunch - but we love it for brunch.  The back patio on a Sunday here is hopping.  A diverse crowd of gay couples, tattooed moms, preppy girls catching up on gossip, and hung-over clubsters nursing Chef Gayle's Persian Bloody Marys.  The crowd is fun and energizing. 

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