The Mission is home to a vibrant Mexican community, and is therefore also home to a host of authentic culinary gems. We hit up three hometown favorites on our little food tour -- a Mexicatessen, a meat market, and a Mexican bakery!
A look inside California Olive Ranch during harvest.
We get to know the happy cows behind our beloved Point Reyes Original Blue Cheese, have a 10 cheese tasting, followed by a feast prepared by 15 chefs, and welcome a new blue into the Point Reyes Cheese family.
Just an hour north of SF in Marin County is one of our favorite getaways. It involves generous quantities of oysters and cheese. Get involved. (Warning: this post contains some pretty sweet oyster porn.)
The French Laundry is lauded as one of the best restaurants in the world, and for good reason. Thomas Keller has created something truly magical here. He has created a world where every detail has been thought of to the fullest extent for one purpose: Your Pleasure. Take a look into our five-hour, seventeen-course, ten-wine meal of a lifetime.
The girl & the fig in Sonoma has perfected brunch. The restaurant is ridiculously charming with a Frenchy-bistro-meets-wine-country vibe that extends from the dà©cor to the menu. I couldn’t stop oohing and ahhing over all the cute little touches, and virtually everything on the menu was calling my name.
Taylor’s Automatic Refresher (aka Gott’s Roadside): Worth the Trip out to Wine Country (and Maybe a Plane Ticket Cross Country)
The Food Network will be proud to know that based on this one segment, showing off those ridiculously good looking tuna burgers, I planned an impromptu surprise trip to Napaâ€¦with Taylor’s Automatic Refresher naturally at the center of my itinerary. True Story.