Forget sloppy cafeteria fare. The cafés on the Google campus serve some of the best food in the San Francisco Bay Area. We snagged a coveted invitation to eat lunch on site and found out what all the fuss was about (think pecan-crusted rockfish and homemade chai trolleys).
Taking place in the World's Pumpkin Capital, the Half Moon Bay Pumpkin & Art Festival in California is home to the world's largest pumpkin, plus innovative and traditional uses of pumpkin to feed the 200,000 pumpkin-passionate festival-goers each year. What doesn't pumpkin go well with?
It's an intense debate on the Peninsula over which of the many shops makes the ramen belt's premier bowl of noodles. We've made our way through five of the region's most acclaimed ramen shops, considering the subtleties of one signature ramen to the next. Now, here is where you need to slurp next.
There are some mega bites for serious eaters in this San Francisco Bay Area region best known for its megabytes. Surrounded by a still mostly unknown world-class wine region, the eating is as spectacular as the weather in Silicon Valley whether you're seeking tortas, ramen, or whipped cream like you never dreamed possible.
Bar Tartine's extensive larder and fermentation program is the envy of restaurants across the country. What the mysterious fermented powers of koji do to a seemingly simple beef tartare on toast is truly astonishing.
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