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    The Gay Gourmet Receives 2023 SF Press Club Honor

    The Gay Gourmet Receives 2023 SF Press Club Honor

    Congratulations to David Landis, The Gay Gourmet for the San Francisco Bay Times, who was recently honored by the SF Press Club. As part of the club’s 2023 Journalism Awards,…

    California Citrus for the Holidays

    By Debra Morris– Oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, lemons, and pomelos are here to brighten up the holidays. Mandarins and oranges are available in large quantities, little kumquats fill bins and boxes,…

    The Gay Gourmet’s 2023 Culinary Holiday Gift Guide

    The Gay Gourmet’s 2023 Culinary Holiday Gift Guide

    By David Landis– You can almost hear those sleigh bells jingling because it’s that time of year again. Holiday fever is taking hold! So, the Gay Gourmet has compiled some…

    Dancers & Drinks: Episode 1

    Dancers & Drinks: Episode 1

    David Landis, The Gay Gourmet at the San Francisco Bay Times, has created a new video series, Dancers & Drinks! Each episode will present a professional dancer sharing a favorite…

    Wines and Books to Gift Yourself and Others This Holiday Season

    Wines and Books to Gift Yourself and Others This Holiday Season

    By Leslie Sbrocco– With the holidays around the corner, I recommend two wines that complement meals from turkey to ham with all the trimmings. One is a splurge, the other…

    The Gay Gourmet and Chef Jeremiah Tower Reminisce About Legendary Stars Restaurant

    The Gay Gourmet and Chef Jeremiah Tower Reminisce About Legendary Stars Restaurant

    David Landis, The Gay Gourmet at the San Francisco Bay Times, met Chef Jeremiah Tower on November 9 for a one-night-only Stars dinner. Stars was Tower’s landmark San Francisco restaurant…

    Historic John’s Grill: 115 Years and Counting

    Historic John’s Grill: 115 Years and Counting

    By David Landis, The Gay Gourmet– It was only two years after San Francisco’s devastating earthquake, in 1908, that John’s Grill emerged from the ashes and opened its three-story steak…

    Winter Squash

    Winter Squash

    By Debra Morris– Winter squash is often thought of as just a decorative gourd used during the fall season. Most people are unfamiliar with the wonderful variety of hard-shell winter…

    Paso Robles and Los Olivos: The ‘Other’ Wine Country

    Paso Robles and Los Olivos: The ‘Other’ Wine Country

    By David Landis, The Gay Gourmet– For those of us living in San Francisco, “wine country” tends to conjure up thoughts of Napa and Sonoma. Rightfully so. They are internationally-known…

    San Francisco’s LGBTQ Restaurants of Yesteryear

    San Francisco’s LGBTQ Restaurants of Yesteryear

    By David Landis– I had the loveliest lunch recently at Fable when New York Times reporter Erik Piepenburg invited me to talk with him about some long-ago LGBTQ+ restaurants in…