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The Community Table

Local eats with stories worth chewing on: our blog showcases the unique stories of local restaurants – the history, the culture and the people. 






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All Restaurants

Anchor & Hope: Surviving in the Heart of the Financial District

Smack dab in the center of the bustling activity of San Francisco’s Financial District sits Anchor & Hope, the seafood restaurant owned by brothers Mitchell and Steven Rosenthal. Mere blocks from Anchor & Hope are Town Hall, Salt House, and Jersey, three other restaurants also owned by the busy brothers…

Joe’s Ice Cream Keeps Things Cool

Joe’s Ice Cream keeps things cool during the pandemic, all while rebranding and building out its menu. Read the full scoop here. Spoiler alert: This shop serves more than just ice cream!

Fable Brings an Enchanted Garden Oasis to San Francisco

If your childhood was filled with princesses, magical forests, and fairies, you’ll want to check out Fable. The San Francisco-based restaurant’s beautiful garden and outdoor patio make you feel like you’ve stepped inside a storybook. With its overhanging vines, trees, potted plants, warm breezes, and sunny seating, it’s truly an enchanted forest.

Gracias Madre – Their Mission is to Serve You

Thank you, Mother. This simple message of respect has become the mantra for the owners of Gracias Madre, Matthew and Terces Engelhart. The restaurant serves up delicious, soul-soothing plant-based Mexican food in the Mission District, with one key ingredient in every dish it makes: love…

B Star Bar: A Neighborhood Restaurant Serving Innovative Asian Flavors

Located in the Richmond District of San Francisco, B Star is a neighborhood restaurant with a laid-back atmosphere and a menu full of bold Asian flavors. The restaurant is a spin-off of the popular Burma Superstar restaurant, which is located on the same block and serves authentic Burmese cuisine…

25 Lusk is Determined as Ever

I’d never heard of the term “approachable fine dining” until I watched a video of 25 Lusk’s executive chef, Matthew Dolan, describe his restaurant as such. I didn’t quite grasp the concept until I interviewed Matthew for myself and learned about 25 Lusk’s approach: it’s a high-end vibe without pretension and an ingredient-forward menu without oversimplification…

Let’s Be Frank

Social isolation has severely impacted both the local economy as well as the physical and psychological health of our most vulnerable communities. Small businesses have been helping workers through GoFundMe and some are continuing payroll and covering health costs, regardless of being temporarily closed…

At Just For You Cafe, Bourbon Street Meets the Bay Area

Of all things in San Francisco, a Southern connection was beginning to brew in the city’s Dogpatch neighborhood. After New Orleans native Arienne Landry founded Just For You Cafe in 1990, Georgia-born Reid Hannula began falling in love with the eatery’s cozy feel…

Tartine: A Widespread Operation from Humble Roots

Tartine started out as a simple stall at the Berkeley farmers market. Since, it’s gone on to become a San Francisco staple, with 3 additional locations in Los Angeles and 4 in Seoul, South Korea. Read more about Tartine’s story here!

Barrio: North Beach Success Hits the Covid Wall and Bounces back

Billy Riordan was just starting to gain momentum when the novel coronavirus arrived on the West Coast. Riordan co-owns a restaurant in San Francisco called Barrio, where business was taking off just as the city was shutting down. “Our sales were going up, up, up, up. We were kind of getting recognition, and then all of a sudden, bam, the brakes slammed,” he said…

Novy: A Neighborhood Gem Weathering The Storm

Novy, which is located in Noe Valley, serves classic Greek fare and California cuisine in a homey, chic setting. Owned by siblings Kathryn and Kristen Gianaras, whose parents have owned the building since 1977, Novy has been in operation for just five years and has already turned into a neighborhood staple that local customers can’t do without…

Ramen Done Right at Ippudo San Francisco

Shigemi Kawahara, the “Ramen King,” embarks on his 34th year overseeing 200+ Ippudo restaurants worldwide. The original Ippudo launched in Fukuoka, Japan on October 16, 1985. Since then, Ippudos have made their way to the U.S., Philippines, U.K., China, Sydney, and beyond. All for one thing – ramen.

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