Feeling unnerved by the increasing anti-immigrant rhetoric around the country in the wake of the 2016 presidential election, photographer and Singapore-native Danielle Tsi started Tapestry Suppers to bring people together through food.
Women’s clubs abound in 2018—New York has The Wing and San Francisco The Assembly, The Hivery and others—but none so intentionally celebrate womanhood through the cuisines and cultures of their city as The Ruby.
For many restaurants, family meal is more than just dinner. It's a collaboration, a chance to learn about other staff members through the food they make and, above all else, a time to decompress.
Biang biang noodles, a ubiquitous Chinese street food, have come to this quiet California suburb— tucked into the far corner of a strip mall in Silicon Valley alongside a nail spa, laundromat, liquor store, and Brazilian ju-jitsu studio—rewarding locals who fill up the waitlist daily.
A regional labor shortage, the increasingly prohibitive cost of living in the Bay Area and higher minimum wages are impacting restaurant owners' ability to hire and hold onto quality staff.
State Bird Provisions owner Stuart Brioza might not work with food at all if it weren't for two Palo Alto restaurants and one East Palo Alto pepper farm.
After the birth of his daughter, Scott Clark decided to leave a Michelin-starred kitchen to strike a better work-life balance. He’s found it at Dad’s Luncheonette, serving burgers out of a 100-year-old train caboose.
It wasn’t a single bowl of ramen, but rather hundreds Clint Tan ate over the course of a personal sabbatical in Japan that led him to start a ramen pop-up with his wife out of their home in Daly City.
Meet the female pastry chefs, sous chefs, managers and business owners shaping the Peninsula restaurants that so many of us enjoy.
In-depth coverage of restaurant news in seven major Silicon Valley cities, including Palo Alto and Mountain View.