CHEF TYLER FLORENCE BRINGS LUXURIOUS DINING TO SAN FRANCISCO’S CHASE CENTER
In the Spring of 2020 celebrity chef Tyler Florence set out to open a high-end steakhouse at Chase Center’s Thrive City. Though it took a lot longer to open its doors than intended, the 7,000 square foot steakhouse was unveiled public at the very end of to Thrive City.
Chefs Across the Country Are Experimenting Wildly With Caviar—and the Results Are Brilliant
Forget mother-of-pearl spoons. It turns out caviar should be served on mozzarella sticks. That’s how Andrew Carmellini dishes it up at Carne Mare, in New York City, and he leaves no doubt that the bar snack is the supporting player: “I don’t put it on anything unless it’s about the caviar—that’s why the mozzarella stick works,” he says, noting that the fried cheese exudes the same soft, lactic tang of crème fraîche.
Ernest, Sorella, and San Ho Won Among New Entries Teased In 2022 Michelin Guide
The folks at the Michelin Guide are doing something a bit unusual this season, teasing out a group of 17 new Bay Area restaurants that they say will be added to this year's California guide — though we don't know if any of these new entries will be getting stars.
Celebrity chef Tyler Florence's over-the-top, glamorous new steak house opens in S.F.
Celebrity chef Tyler Florence’s anticipated new steak house Miller & Lux opens Tuesday with visions of glamour, over-the-top luxury and dry-aged beef.
The 5 Best Restaurants That Opened in SF This Fall
To keep tabs on every S.F. restaurant and bar opening is folly. But to keep tabs on the most worthy? Yeoman’s work, and we’re proud to do it. Thus we present Table Stakes, a monthly rundown of the five (or so) must-know spots that have swung wide their doors in the past thirty (or so). Let’s eat.
Design Week Awards 2022 – the shortlist in full
We’re excited to announce the full Awards shortlist below. Keep an eye out for our Winners Showcase, which will be revealed later this month on the site.
The Prettiest New Restaurants and Bars in San Francisco in 2021
Remember last year, when we were all staring at pretty takeout? What a thrill to finally set foot in dining rooms again this year, as restaurants opened and reopened across the city in 2021 and we got to wine and dine in gorgeous interiors once more. Breaking from the neon sign and plant trend (not that there’s anything wrong with that), a few new restaurants set themselves apart as a visual feast for the eyes.
What’s new? A cocktail bar and 3 high-profile restaurants, including Michael Mina and Tyler Florence
Fairfax, a town better known for mountain biking and brews than martinis and Manhattans, has landed a new speakeasy-style cocktail lounge. Mac’s at 19 Broadway opened in July in a deeply rooted live music venue that went by that address and gathered audiences from the local area and beyond for decades.
Marin’s Tyler Florence weighs in on restaurant industry, cocktails
As we head back into restaurants reopening and the slow march to some sense of normalcy, it is important to consider what parts of that normalcy we might want to return to. Ten months is a long time, especially in the restaurant and bar industry. Trends can come and go in less time than that.
Chef Tyler Florence Has Written 20,000 Recipes. This Is His Favorite.
Florence also “knows how to throw a party.” In fact, he calls it his “super skill." And he says that translates to his restaurants. “We're really good at hospitality at this point,” the food personality says. “Knowing that we're gonna go to the restaurant tonight and we're gonna show 270 people a really good time. That to me is what gets me out of bed every day.”
2022 FOOD & WINE Classic Photos: See Celebs, Chefs and the Gorgeous Aspen Views
Cheers! The FOOD & WINE Classic took place in Aspen, Colorado, over the weekend, bringing together chefs, celebs and culinary delights in a picturesque setting. Here, Claudette Zepeda, Maneet Chauhan, Kwame Onwuachi, Brooke Williamson and Tyler Florence raise a glass.