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A must eat guide to San Francisco

What about Monterey/ Big Sur/ Carmel? What should I look for? Thanks again!

A must eat guide to San Francisco

Thank you very much for all the recommendations! I love this commmunity, and I´m sure you helping us to make this trip unforgettable!

We are travelling from Rio de Janeiro and staying 4 days in SF, a night in Napa Valley (Younthville) and a night in Monterey. So little time, so much to see/eat... We are trying to balance the can´t miss restaurants with what´s happening right now like the food truck scene while trying to not go crazy within our budget.

Thanks again!

Pizza in Sao Paulo

These are my favorites and I´ve arranged them in order.
I hope u like it!

Pizza in Sao Paulo

There are some great pizza places in Sao Paulo. The city had a huge italian immigration and paulistas (São Paulo natives) are very proud of their pizza, so much so that I think that they feel as if their pizza is even better than the italian ones!

You be the judge!

Here is a list of some of the city´s best:

Bráz Pizzaria (Consolação)
R. Sergipe, 406 - Consolação - Centro. Telefone: 3214-3337

Speranza (Bela Vista)
R. Treze de Maio, 1.004 - Bela Vista - Centro. Telefone: 3288-8502

Ritto
R. Nanuque, 243 - Vila Leopoldina - Oeste. Telefone: 3836-2166

Castelões
R. Jairo Góis, 126 - Brás - Leste. Telefone: 3229-0542.

A must eat guide to San Francisco

My wife and I are going spend a week in San Francisco late September, early October and I was wondering what restaurant and foods we should´t miss. We have reservations at the "Bar Tartine", "Ad Hoc" and are looking foward to have a meal at the "Mission Chinese Food". What else should I look for?
Thanks in advance!

A must eat guide to San Francisco

My wife and I are going spend a week in San Francisco late September, early October and I was wondering what restaurant and foods we should´t miss. We have reservations at the "Bar Tartine", "Ad Hoc" and are looking foward... More

The Pizza Lab: The Baking Steel Delivers

I came out with the early word on the Baking Steel, a product which at the time was in Kickstarter mode trying to raise enough money for their first run. Thanks to crazy pizza heads like you, they managed to blow past their initial investment requirements by several thousand dollars. By all accounts, founder Andris Lagsdin is in over his head trying to keep up with demand on that first run. This is good news for him, and even better news for home piemakers, because I've got to tell you: This is the most impressive home pizza product I've ever tested. More