To be fair there’s a LOT of stuff on that slice, and slices at Serrano’s are really more like two slices.
Anyway is there a more expensive slice in the city?
It’s a Radeberger beer that’s not just regular ol’ Radeberger! It’s still a pilsner, but it’s unfiltered! And really good. And so tall, I couldn’t fit the whole thing in the picture!
Available now at Schmidt’s.
Now please enjoy all these previous Drinks of the Weeks…
Photo and review by Chef Deborah from Black Sands in the Lower Haight:
I am usually such a hot sauce slut. But this Nashville hot chicken just made an honest diner out of me. I AM SWEATING like a whore in a church
That chicken must be HOT!
Now please enjoy all these other great Drinks of the Weeks…
Also haha, love this old photo.
The Guardian reports:
The California-based husband and wife founders of celebrity-endorsed vegan restaurant group Cafe Gratitude say they have received death threats after it was revealed last week that they are raising, slaughtering and eating animals on their farm north of San Francisco.
Matthew and Terces Engelhart, both in their sixties, who opened the first Cafe Gratitude in 2004 and whose celebrity followers have included Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyoncé and Sacha Baron Cohen, countered the firestorm of criticism with a defense of the “regenerative agriculture” methods they now use on their Be Love Farm in Vacaville, calling it a personal choice made in the privacy of their home.
Read on for lots more on the firestorm of criticism.
(Also, I noticed the grilled cheese place that took over the old Cafe Gratitude space in the Mission has closed up shop. I wonder what’s gonna happen there.)
It’s a skewer of tsukune (chicken meatball), hot off the yakitori grill, and they pop it on an everything croissant (by Neighbor Bakehouse in the Dogpatch), along with some tasty sauce! It’s the best! I could’ve eaten four in a row, but I only had two, and then I just dreamed about it for a rest of the weekend, and I wish I could have another one right now. It’s the best sandwich in SF!