One of the first two restaurants is expected at Turk and Taylor streets later this year.
San Francisco’s high cost of living is forcing many expert chefs to take their culinary talents across the bay to Oakland or to other states.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced Saturday that he’s signed a measure repealing a state law that required restaurant employees to use gloves or utensils to handle food going straight to diners’ plates.
Many workers in the restaurant industry were up in arms about the law, arguing it would create unnecessary waste of disposable gloves and restrict their work.
See rock stars like Colbie Caillat & Passenger rub elbows w/ chefs like Michael Chiarello…
The gloves are off for bartenders, bakers and sushi chefs and they hope to keep it that way as state lawmakers are attempting to pass an emergency measure repealing a new state law that requires those who handle raw food to wear disposable gloves and change them between transactions.
Many are having to move to other rising culinary markets to work on their craft, due to the high cost-of-living and low pay here in the Bay Area.
Various food & spirits served up inside the Grand Tasting Tent at SF Chefs 2013…
A plethora of featured chefs were on hand at the SF Chefs 2012 event in San Francisco’s Union Square…
San Francisco diners are gobbling up as much foie gras as they can before the product is banned in the state on July 1.