Mayor Breed Using Soda Tax Money To Support San Francisco Food Programs During COVID-19 CrisisMayor London Breed revealed Friday that San Francisco has been using $1.65 million from the city's soda tax revenue to help individuals and families who are struggling to buy food after suffering financial setbacks due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Climb As Restaurants Reopen To Outdoor Diners In SouthbaySanta Clara County officials are keeping an eye on a rising key indicator in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Nonprofit Aims To Keep Bay Area Restaurants Afloat By Feeding Front Line Health WorkersA nonprofit is providing frontline workers in the Bay Area with tasty meals and keeping local restaurants afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Bay Area Costco Shoppers Now Required To Wear Masks; Limits To Meat PurchasesWhile San Francisco Bay Area residents have been required to wear face coverings in stores for more than a week, Costco has announced it would be strictly enforcing the requirement at all its stores beginning on Tuesday.
Maison Danel French Patisserie Salon De Thé Opens In San FranciscoMaison Danel is a new French patisserie and salon de thé in San Francisco. Co-founders Danel and David Betelu brought some delicious samples to Bay Area Focus.
John McReynolds Of Stone Edge Farms Talks About His New CookbookAuthor and culinary director John McReynolds talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about his latest book, 'The Stone Edge Farm Kitchen Larder Cookbook, Seasonal Recipes for Pantry and Table.
SF Somellier Shares The Art Of Drinking ProseccoConsulting Sommelier at 'Frances' in San Francisco, Iris Rowlee shares a few of her favorite bottles of prosecco with Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego and explains the art of this much-loved sparkling Italian white wine.
SF Restaurant, Food Truck Favorite Señor Sisig Mobilizes To Feed Needy During Coronavirus PandemicA popular Bay Area restaurant is mobilizing to help feed low income families, seniors, and others who are struggling financially.
Coronavirus Toll On Chinese Restaurants In Bay Area, Nation DevastatingChinese restaurants, in the Bay Area and across the country, are in deep trouble.
Better Together: SF-Based Frontline Foods Feeds Hospital Workers, Helps Struggling RestaurantsPerbacco in SF's Financial District is closed Saturday, but owner and chef Staffan Terje is busy packing 180 gourmet meals. His is one of several San Francisco restaurants delivering fine food to hospital workers fighting COVID-19.
Prepare For Masks And Gloves While Dining Out As Restaurants Adapt To Life After COVID-19Even before the coronavirus outbreak, many Bay Area restaurants were struggling to keep their doors open. They faced rising rents, labor costs and fees that made it tough to do business. They know they'll have to adapt once the pandemic ends.