Author: Omar Mamoon


Women of FoodSan Francisco

Meet Gizela Ho, the Chef de Cuisine Quietly Powering Rich Table

You can often catch one of the Riches — Evan or Sarah — in their almost decade-old restaurant Rich Table…

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Women of FoodSan Francisco

Brenda Buenviaje Is Ready For a New Era of Fusion Cuisine

Chef Brenda Buenviaje has been serving up what she’s dubbed French Soul Food to the Bay Area for the last…

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Women of FoodSan Francisco

For Gialina’s Sharon Ardiana, Great Restaurants Thrive on Community and Staff

Glen Park’s Gialina is a cozy neighborhood gem located on Diamond Street that’s been serving up Italian comfort in the…

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The Hit ListSan Francisco

The Bay Area Hit List, June 2022: Hilda and Jesse, Nari, and More

June is here, which means we are quickly nearing the halfway mark of 2022. Throughout this month, Resy is celebrating…

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Dish By DishSan Francisco

Five Standout Dishes That Tell the Story of Good Good Culture Club in the Mission

If you haven’t already, say hello to Good Good Culture Club, now open in the Mission. The lively and energetic…

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Resy SpotlightSan Francisco

Two Decades In, Restaurant Gary Danko Remains a Singular Place

Restaurant Gary Danko is a fine dining restaurant located on the corner of North Point and Hyde in Fisherman’s Wharf…

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InterviewsSan Francisco

Crystal Wahpepah Wants to Showcase Indigenous American Cuisine and Ingredients

Among the many deserving Bay Area nominees for this year’s James Beard Foundation awards, perhaps none is as notable as…

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The Hit ListSan Francisco

The April Hit List: Chez Panisse, Wahpepah’s Kitchen, Ernest

We’ve officially entered the second quarter of 2022. Will April bring a few more showers, or is good ‘ol Karl…

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Resy QuestionnaireSan Francisco

20 Questions With Rose Pizzeria’s Alexis Rorabaugh and Gerad Gobel

In the Resy Questionnaire, we play a game of 20 questions with the industry folks behind some of our favorite…

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The Hit ListSan Francisco

The March Hit List: AL’s Place, Ken, Daytrip, and More

Somehow, some way we’re here: March 2022 — things may or may not still feel the same, things may or…

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