Daly City has joined cities around San Mateo County in banning single-use plastics at food facilities, with enforcement starting in 2022. In a unanimous vote …
As of Sept. 22, customers at many Contra Costa County indoor businesses will have to show proof of vaccination or negative test. Workers have until Nov. 1 to prove status or be tested weekly.
Restaurants and bars will be able to continue offering expanded outdoor dining and takeout alcoholic beverages through the end of the year, Gov. Gavin Newsom …
As restaurants around the country struggle to stay afloat, food truck operators are finding they have the perfect recipe to succeed amid the coronavirus pandemic. …
San Francisco will soon join other cities across the country in prohibiting the use of straws and other plastic food accessories.
A series of robberies targeting Bay Area restaurants ended with the arrest of three suspects last week.
Two Northern California men have been indicted for allegedly transporting expensive wine that was stolen from restaurants in Yountville and Cupertino.
Contra Costa County food handlers will be posting color-coded signs as soon as April to inform patrons about health code violations.
The Golden State Warriors officially announced Thursday that their planned new arena in San Francisco will be named Chase Center.
The part-owner of two dim sum restaurants in San Francisco has been indicted on federal charges related to an alleged scheme in which he lied …
None of the 15 Lee’s locations in Northern California were affected by the original or expanded recall, now up to 440,000 pounds of chicken, beef and pork.
Local restaurants, markets and street food vendors in San Jose will no longer be using foam and Styrofoam containers.
Fliers are advised to bring their own food to SFO during a two-day restaurant worker strike.
The Tamale Lady’s illicitly delicious tamales are one step closer to a brick-and-mortar home.
Food trucks in The City will now have to stay further away from brick-and-mortar restaurants.
The extra-large serving of proposed restrictions is aimed at placating The City’s restaurants.
This week The City was all about a different type of awards ceremony — one that handed out bronze Piggy Awards.
The man with the moustache rolls out his soul food pop-up Sunday at Asiento in the Mission.
Willie Brown is no Michael Bauer, but he knows his pickle jars and a “good” burger when he sees one.
Can you just imagine if The City By The Bay went all prohibition-era on us and got rid of happy hour? Seriously, think about it.