Anthony Bourdain showed some local love for San Francisco.
Last night with Anthony Bourdain, we ended up at Medjool and Doc's Clock.
Bourdain (left), buddy Oscar Villalon, and a crew member outside That's It.
That's It Market (2699 Mission at 23rd St.) seemed to be the one spot in the San Francisco episode of No Reservations unknown to most local foodies. Until now, that is.
Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert took to a San Francisco stage.
Filming the San Francisco episode of No Reservations (the show airs on the Travel Channel network August 10) was similar to the other times I've hung out with Anthony Bourdain.
The pizza scene in San Francisco rocks a wealth of top-notch spots filled with cheesy goodness. From ancient grain crust to classic slices from old-school shops, our city has a bounty of options. Hot neighborhoods to grab a slice range from North Beach — known as Little Italy back in the day — to The Mission, The Marina and SoMa. We recommend visiting these four delicious joints.
From a salsa-laden, triple threat burrito to a wildly popular no-rice burrito, San Francisco has taquerias that serve up every type of burrito you could ever imagine. Scarfing a late-night burrito is a rite of passage in the Bay Area, and a way to connect with a (hefty) piece of aluminum foil wrapped history.
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Chef Bruce Hill has for years been one to watch for his mastery of craveable dishes: Neapolitan thin crust pizza; frozen custard perfection; and the best bar burger -- his dishes often made via wood-fired grill with the use of his patented stainless steel Chef's press.
Bring on the bubbles, bikes and wide open spaces. When Sunday Streets is held during the warmer months of the year in San Francisco (March to October, to be specific), it means eight total chances to see how neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area reclaim the streets.