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posted on September 29, 2017
TORC
review by Julia Weinberg

At Torc, husband-and-wife duo Sean and Cynthia O’Toole offer the truffles and blue-chip wines of a fine-dining destination without the pomp and hush. Come for handmade pastas, locally raised heritage meats, and vegetable sides featuring produce grown at neighboring farms or ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Saratoga
review by Erik Tennyson

The latest addition to the Bacchus group of restaurants (which includes Spruce, among others), The Saratoga occupies the bottom two floors of a historic building in the Tenderloin. There’s food (New American) ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Morris
review by Luke Sykora

While running the wine program for Melissa Perello at Frances and joining Daniel Patterson as a partner at Coi, SF sommelier and all-around wine geek Paul Einbund began planning his own restaurant, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Punchdown
review by Barbara Haimes

At D.C. Looney’s lively natural-wine bar in Oakland’s Uptown neighborhood, you can almost pretend you’re at a natural-wine bar in Paris, with its tiled walls and wooden back bar. The list is French-dominant, to go with the menu (think marrow bones and Comté cheese plates), ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Rich Table
review by Luke Sykora

Some of Sara and Evan Rich’s dishes—like the porcini-dusted donuts and the sardine chips—have already taken on an iconic status in San Francisco, and the wine list, once a mere 40 bottles deep, has grown significantly under current wine director Dominique Henderson. She offers something for everyone, ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Hillside Supper Club
review by Daria Frum

With its Craftsman aesthetic, chalkboard menu and Mason jar–encased light bulbs, Hillside Supper Club is a casual Bernal Heights spot offering elevated takes on farmhouse fare. Austin Ferrari handles the wines, and places coveted crus from Coche-Dury side by side with $40 ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Octavia
review by Luke Sykora

Like Frances, Melissa Perello’s Castro restaurant Octavia feels comfortable and unassuming, with wooden tables and little in the way of décor. Start with cold squid-ink noodles with bottarga, a salty and primal introduction to the purity of her cooking. Joshua ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
The Progress
review by Luke Sykora

Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski’s The Progress is the follow-up to State Bird Provisions, their runaway hit right next door. The food is restlessly innovative and international; the wine list, run by Jason Alexander, is filled with mildly geeky, eminently drinkable ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
1760
review by Luke Sykora

One big reason to visit 1760: Every Monday, sommelier Gianpaolo Paterlini knocks 20 percent off the price of all his grower Champagnes. San Francisco’s Polk Gulch isn’t a food mecca, but now a detour to the neighborhood can lead to a fried ...Read the full review

posted on September 29, 2017
Nopa
review by Barbara Haimes

In 2006, Nopa came onto the scene as a red-hot farm-to-table restaurant that energized an entire neighborhood. Amazingly, it’s still a hard-to-get reservation. Chef Laurence Jossel and crew turn out rustic dishes made with great, often local ingredients—from fried duck wings ...Read the full review

posted on August 4, 2017
Selden Standard
review by Eric Vrtis

Evan Hansen credits a glass of Schäfer-Fröhlich 2002 Nahe Riesling for turning him on to wine. He’s found an outlet for his obsession at Selden Standard, opened in late 2014 with chef Andy Hollyday, a three-time James Beard Awards ...Read the full review

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