Menlo Park recently showcased its newest attraction: Off the Grid, which supports local street food vendors in the Bay Area, held its first Wednesday night event in February.
For companies like San Francisco-based online restaurant reservation giant OpenTable, Valentine’s Day is a prime time for marketing to consumers about planning a special day.
Shares of the San Francisco-based online reservation company have continued to slip since the company released fourth quarter and year-end earnings on Feb. 5.
Shaved snow — a frozen dessert that is popular in Asia — might not be at the top of one’s mind when conjuring up a local signature dish. But SnoZen in Mountain View features it.
At a time when nearly 100,000 Santa Clara County residents don’t know how they’ll get their next meal, services such as the Second Harvest Food Bank Brown Bag program are even more essential.
With just over 35 percent of precincts reporting statewide, Proposition 37, an initiative to require labeling of genetically modified foods, appears headed for defeat.
Palo Alto’s University Avenue is home to five ice cream and frozen yogurt shops, each with a different best seller.
Meet a retired physicist who now enjoys chemistry in the kitchen. This video is the first in a three-part series about Bay Area professionals who found second careers in cooking.
Alicia Villanueva came to La Cocina, a food incubator in San Francisco’s Mission District, with dreams of opening her own food cart in 2010. Two years later, she operates a successful food cart and catering business.