San Francisco Food & Drink
This week, Marcus D. takes you to San Francisco’s latest food truck hang out, SOMA StrEATFood Park for some Spanish-Filipino Food and “Naked Chorizo”…
These days everyone seems to be on a budget, present company included. Considering you would still like to go out and have a social life, Alice Radio’s Marcus D. has looked into 10 bay area restaurants to go on a budget.
San Francisco has become synonymous for finely-crafted cocktails. But being that this is a foodie city, just as much attention must be paid to the bar bites as to the drinks.
Here are three cookbooks from the chefs and the restaurants that are pushing the limits of the San Francisco culinary scene. These recipes can make even the novice cook look like a pro.
The North Bay might be best known for its many vineyards, but it is also home to some of the Bay Area’s best farmers markets.
The Bay Area is all about water! Dive into some little known Bay Area lakes and get an insider’s look at “Clear Lake.” Also, learn where you can take your special someone on a romantic, waterfront date.
Trend or not, cupcakes are still making a statement in the Bay Area.
Who better to tap for tips on where to find great food around the Bay Area than our own CBS 5 TV staff? From interns, to news anchors, and even to the President of CBS 5, we’ve got your best bets on inexpensive faves all around the Bay Area.
Eating is almost inherently a social experience, and Ethiopian cuisine embodies the group aspect of dining. Here are five Ethiopian spots in San Francisco that are great places to break bread with others.
San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf has long been known as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Take a daytrip tour of this world-famous landmark and discover its history, colorful characters and of course, great places to eat