Tyler Faurot

Tyler is a restaurant server and a freelance writer who's covered labor disputes, interviewed gubernatorial candidates, and reviewed various music events. He currently resides in sunny San Diego. Website

Tyler Faurot

A Family Affair: Town’s End Climbs Back in Embarcadero

When you’ve faced natural disasters, competition from an MLB team, and now a global pandemic, dedication and perseverance become innate traits. At least for the Sperber family, who continue to show why Town’s End Restaurant & Bakery is a Bay Area staple.

The Evolutions of Café Tiramisu

Restaurateur and chef Pino Spinoso has traversed thousands of miles, transformed physical space, and invested several years building the legacy of the famous Café Tiramisu. Nestled into the historically french Belden Alley, Tiramisu is about as authentic an Italian experience as travelling to the peninsula itself …

Myriad | The Mission District Gastropub that Keeps on Giving

Chef Trish Tracey’s culinary beginnings trace back to her childhood in New Jersey. As the youngest of six kids with a single working mom, she would pitch in by helping cook dinner for the family. “It gave me an appreciation for what food meant,” Tracey recalls fondly…

Early to Rise: Breaking Barriers with Bagels & Brunch

Since college, Early to Rise owner and head chef Andrew McCormack has worked in the restaurant industry, racking up a laundry list of life experiences along the way. He’s worked under acclaimed restaurateurs and chefs, from whom he’s absorbed a part of their approaches to the craft…

Bouche: How a Hole-in-the-Wall Stays Creative during Closures

“It’s smaller than a hole in the wall,” owner Julie Fulton jokes about her eight-hundred-square-foot restaurant. With just eight tables in their dining area, Bouche is a cozy French experience for people looking to take a break from the bustle of the Financial District…

The Altruism of Asiento

Debi Cohn sees herself as a member of the community. “The most important things about our lives, the things that make us the happiest are connecting with other people,” she says proverbially. Her mission district neighborhood bar, Asiento, seems to be an extension of this outlook, a space in which her passion for people becomes practice…

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