The search giant is launching a partnership with the Golden Gate Restaurant Association to provide discounts to downtown restaurants for employees.
Covid was not kind to San Francisco eateries, but where one chapter ends, another begins.
Twice as many restaurants closed as opened during 2021 but SF’s food scene is far from finished.
Throughout the pandemic, many bars and restaurants in San Francisco have been forced to verify customers’ vaccination status. Those rules end Friday.
The family-run eatery made the ‘Texodus’ last fall. Though they miss their old neighborhood and the easy-going Bay Area climate, they are settling in nicely in their new home.
The Shared Spaces program has gone through many changes since rushing into existence in June of 2020. A new ordinance would give restaurateurs until April 2023 to get their parklets up to code.
Tech companies are expanding their offerings to financial services in order to keep customers within their ecosystem and decouple products from traditional providers like banks.
In a testament to the demand from restaurants, the original $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund ran out in three weeks.
As the medical community works to understand the dangers posed by the latest COVID-19 variant, some local businesses say they’d rather be safe than sorry.
The Impossible Burger is so 2016. San Francisco culinary creatives are pushing the boundaries of faux-meat and vegan cuisine beyond imitation ground beef.