Tag: san francisco

Operations

Daniel Patterson Tries to Change the Rules for Building a Restaurant Empire

5 years ago

The last year has offered a lot of teaching moments and introspection for restaurateurs. Umbrellas like Daniel Patterson’s Alta Group are tackling big issues like closing the pay gap and supporting racial and gender equity, one restaurant at a time.

Marketing

Bay Area Makes Three-Star Additions to New Michelin Guide

5 years ago

Good for wine country and the nearby San Francisco restaurants, too. But if you want to talk about California's best restaurants, you need to head south to Los Angeles.

Operations

San Francisco Restaurants Can’t Afford Waitstaff

6 years ago

Whatever you call it, this fine casual, fine fast, counter service model of business is working — in SF and beyond.

Tech

San Francisco’s Robot Delivery Army Is Going to Start Needing Permits

6 years ago

We are clearly on #teamhuman, but more importantly we're all for local lawmakers not sitting idly by for many years before taking a move to understand how tech is affecting their neighborhoods.

Marketing

San Francisco Bests New York in Battle for Michelin Stars (For Now)

6 years ago

Until Michelin returns to Los Angeles this city vs. city battle won’t be complete.

Independents

San Francisco Is Losing Its Great, Inexpensive Restaurants

6 years ago

It's a real shame that a city that cares so much about its food can't support the cost of doing business for restaurants looking to offer great food at reasonable prices.

Independents

What a Chef Thinks About When Launching a Dining Room-Free Restaurant

7 years ago

How does the restaurant ethos transfer to a restaurant without a dining room? San Francisco chef Anthony Strong has some ideas and he plans to implement them when he opens Young Fava, a restaurant without a dining room, later this month.