Bayview District residents Kristin Jenkins and Barclay Nicholson have lives that entwine the personal and professional. The domestic partners operate two growing food businesses that both have "SF" in the name: Nosh SF and SF Private Chef. They also have a dream to create a community garden to help kids learn about where food comes from.
Mary Ladd investigates the Bay Lights art installation on the Bay Bridge by artist Leo Villareal, who is a longtime participant of Burning Man. The lighting celebration is on March 5 -- see which restaurants will have great views.
There's a whole lot of rainbows going on this weekend, and plenty of them are being painted in icing. What's on your menu for Pride? How about Bear Bait ice cream, Project Open Hand's homemade peanut butter, or the tasty breakfasts at Just for You?
Power couple Chloé Harris and Frankie Frankeny are well known in the LGBT and creative worlds. Harris is the managing editor of StyleBistro.com and a writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications. Frankie Frankeny is a photographer and film director who has worked in the fields of fashion, lifestyle and food. Frankeny shared their favorite San Francisco food spots for Date Night, Weekend Brunch, Wine Country Eats, Mom & Pop Joints, and Grocery Shopping.
Ejector Report: Where do Ben Holder and Ricky Terry go to eat when they aren't performing and producing a new album? Holder and Terry make up the local band Ejector, an electro-pop duo behind the original title song for Billy Clift's Baby Jane? film that premiered at the Castro on Tuesday night, for San Francisco's Frameline LGBT Film Festival.
Guess who's coming for din din? Billy Clift is the director of the upcoming drag-parody film, Baby Jane, which is scheduled to premiere on Tuesday, June 22, at the Castro Theater. Baby Jane is a definite wink and nod to the original 1962 cult classic with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford starring as a pair of miserable sisters.
Bay Area Bites caught up with Clift via phone interview to get his favorite San Francisco food-centric picks.
John Waters said that he thinks of himself as a "Filth Elder" more so than the "Pope of Trash" nickname he received from William Burroughs. Waters' elder reference is perhaps his way of acknowledging that he is in his sixties. I emailed The Filth Elder last week to find out the food-centric spots he likes to frequent when he lives in San Francisco. Aside from his picks in the post, you can also plan on catching Waters at his City Arts & Lectures appearance happening on May 25th for his Role Models book tour...San Francisco is the first stop on the tour.
SF Chefs. Food. Wine. hit on a winning combination of accessibility to hometown celeb-status chefs, utterly delicious food, fine wine, education, and awareness of important issues in food politics. It was fun, multi-faceted, and full of passion. It was, in a nutshell, San Francisco.