Good new for our friends in the Bay Area... Slow Food has just released its third city guide. It's about time! With profiles of more than 500 restaurants, markets, specialty shops and artisan producers, it's a great way to explore the culinary riches that San Francisco has to offer..
We have the New York edition and find it to be a great cross between the Zagat Survey of NYC Restaurants, the Zagat Survey of the NYC Gourmet Marketplace and some really good guidance from a friend who knows us well. The San Francisco guide should be just as delicious.