Zuni Café San Francisco~He chose the name Zuni, after the native American tribe, and decided to offer mostly simple and authentic Mexican food,drawing inspiration from Diana Kennedy's cookbooks.A Weber grill was an important early investment,and was rolled on to the back sidewalk for each day's service.Next came an espresso machine,which doubled as a stove since you could scramble eggs with the milk steamer.The waiters made this dish,to order.
Honey-Rosemary Chicken with Cherry Tomatoes Recipe AB: Fantastic, healthy and so easy to make. Used Bonesless/Skinless, thinly sliced chicken breast but cooked for same time so the tomatoes blistered. @foodandwine
Chicken With Creamy Parmesan Sauce. I poured the sauce over pasta, added some chicken patties, then put shredded Italian cheeses on top and broiled until it melted. Just like Ruby Tuesday! (They put Swiss cheese on top, though.)
nopalito. Most authentic Mexican I've had since I was in Oaxaca. Try a Vida Bloody Maria - a spicy bloody mary made with mezcal instead of tequila. Totopos to start your meal are a must. Don't ask. Just order them.
Dynamo Donut + Coffee, San Francisco Every donut at Dynamo Donuts, from the Lemon Pistachio to the Banana de Leche, is made by hand. This also includes the unctuous Bacon Maple Apple donut that pork-fanatic Chris Cosentino adores, as the dough is studded with bacon and apples and then sprinkled with crispy bacon bits on top.