Top 5 Most Recent Read Food Blogs by Eater SF

Eater SF (sf.eater.com) provides food news and dining guides for San Francisco. They can help you if you’re looking for a best place to eat right now – great places for brunch, late night eat, hottest spots to get your drink and a lot more. Here’s a list of the most read blogs they have recently.

1) San Francisco’s Top Sushi Restaurants
By Ellen Fort and Stefanie Tuder

dsc4384-0-0San Francisco is a town full of amazing eats, and sushi is no exception. But it can be difficult to sift through the never ending maze of mediocre raw fish around this city. It is too easy to fall into the trap of crazy fusion fried rolls and overused spicy mayo, which is a true shame especially when there is so much pristine nigiri and sashimi to be found. Luxe ingredients like uni, belly albacore, roe, and more are all waiting for you instead.

If you’re going to drop some serious money on the delicacy, it better be worth it — something every restaurant on this map is. Let this list be your guide to the city’s must-eat spots of essential sushi restaurants. Some are continue reading…

2) 15 Posh Places For Afternoon Tea in San Francisco
By Stefanie Tuder

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San Francisco is awash in places to enjoy one of the most decadent of dining experiences: afternoon tea service. There are fancy hotels and standalone tea rooms alike offering the refined experience around the area, making it easy to access no matter where you are or what your price point is, since the experience does not come with a crazy price tag.

No matter your objective — afternoon tea is perfect for when a parent is in town, an afternoon with friends, bridal showers, bachelorette parties, or just a splurge afternoon — there’s a place for you on this list. Whether you want to put on your best outfit and nosh on dainty little finger sandwiches in an oh-so-proper tea room, or enjoy authentic Japanese or Russian tea service, San Francisco has you covered. From cozy nooks to continue reading…

3) Popular NYC Indian Restaurant to Clone Itself in SF

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Popular NYC Indian restaurant Babu Ji is coming to San Francisco. Owners Jennifer Singh and her chef-husband, Jessi, are bringing their Momofuku-like approach to Indian cuisine, one with feel-good vibes, a stripped-down setting, and a small and affordable, yet ambitious menu, to the Mission. Taking over the Nostra Spaghetteria space (which went on sale back in March), Babu Ji serves inventive takes on Indian fare, like with its Colonel Tso’s cauliflower, which is coated in agrodolce chile sauce, deep-fried, and topped with sesame seeds: continue reading…

4) Oktoberfest 2016: Where to Eat, Drink, and Be Merry in the Bay Area
By Zoe Bernard

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In case you needed an excuse to drink beer and dance polka, Oktoberfest has your back. This year, Germany’s sixteen-day celebration of all things Bavarian returns to the Bay Area, where German tradition is alive and well. Here, you’ll find the complete event guide to the Bay’s 2016 Oktoberfest, which includes where to fill your beer steins, eat pretzels, and oompah like nobody’s watching.

Thursday, September 22

Oktoberfest at Zeitgeist
What: Zeitgeist, the Mission’s no-frills bar and beer garden, will be serving up its brews to the continue reading…

5) False Alarm: Mr. Bing’s Dive Bar Survives Ownership Change
By Stefanie Tuder

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July brought news that Mr. Bing’s, the grungy, 50-year-old North Beach drinking institution, had been sold to new owners, and would likely close. The news prompted predictable outrage, and even famed food personality Anthony Bourdain got in on the story, telling Eater SF, “Just another day in the death spiral … Another good and noble thing, in this case, a fine drinking establishment, ground under the slow, inevitable, pitiless forward motion of the Terrible Wheel. It will consume us all in the end.” continue reading…

SOURCE: http://www.sf.eater.com
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