Refer to this weekend guide to San Francisco covering some other areas not as touristy but equally entertaining.
San Francisco Chef Michael Mina Puts Finishing Touches On Multi-Use Restaurant & Pub At Levi’s Stadium
Another piece of the Levi’s Stadium high-end experience began falling into place Thursday as a renowned Bay Area chef and restaurateur launched his own vision of a multi-purpose facility within the stadium.
The San Francisco 49ers are aiming to make the food selections at Levi’s Stadium in a class by themselves, and are also planning the world’s best tailgate party.
As interest in epicurean delights continues to grow, so does competition amongst American cities to draw tourism, in addition to the need to continually offer quality food at all levels of preparation.
So you don’t want to spend hours slaving over the stove cooking the big Thanksgiving meal. That doesn’t mean you should be relegated to lousy premade food or frozen meals. Here are some of the top San Francisco locations to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Take a culinary tour of the Bay Area’s best spots to eat at the bar or counter. Ding into affordable fine dining at not only the Bay’s the best restaurants, but in the best seats in the house.
Liam and Sommelier Rajat Parr met at RN74 in San Francisco for their Foodie Chap-chat over a glass of wine – or two…
This classic is making a gourmet comeback. Here’s the best of the Bay’s cheesiest spots and newest twists on this all time favorite.
Mina’s culinary and business vision led to the founding of his company, Mina Group, with partner Andre Agassi, in 2002. They have opened 18 concept restaurants and a lounge concept: Michael Mina, Clock Bar, RN74 and Bourbon Steak in San Francisco; Arcadia in San Jose; and many, many more! When does he sleep I hear you cry!!