Serving a unique spin on fine Indian cuisine coupled with a variety of unique spirits, Badmaash has some solid eats. Family owned and operated, many of the dishes take after the Punjabi region of India where the Chef was born.
Designated drivers will cry as limited release beers from Golden Road Brewing pair with Manhattan Beach’s Tin Roof Bistro, on June 14th, 2012 at 7 PM. Talk shop with co-founder Meg Gill while she drinks and eats alongside you. $45 plus tax and gratuity gets your ticket for the meal at 3500 N Sepulveda Blvd. Manhattan Beach, CA 90266. Check the menu for the 5 course dinner
First of the many Valentine’s day menus to come is from Boxing Room off Grove Street. Executive Chef Justin Simoneaux‘s Southern influenced menu includes Deep-Fried Alligator; New Orleans-Style BBQ Shrimp; Southern Fried Chicken; Sweet Tea Brined Pork Chop; Mushrooms & Dumplin’s and some other new creations for $50 per person. Wine pairings available for an additional $20 as well as beer pairings for $15. Dinner will be served from 5 PM to 11 PM on Valentine’s Day and reservations can be made by calling 415-430-6590 or by visiting Open Table. We’re sure that you could find a date that would appreciate some alligator this “Heart Day.” 399 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.
If your date is not into vicious reptile meat, this might be for you. On Tuesday, February 14 at the Velvet Room of the Clift Hotel is serving up a five-course prix fixe menu for $85 per person. The main course includes a choice of grilled rib eye or stripe bass, and ending with a Red Velvet cake with strawberries, hazelnut ice cream, and vanilla. Call 415-929-2300 for reservations. 495 Geary St., San Francisco, CA 94102.
If you’re spicing up the kitchen, pantry or table, MARCH in Pacific Heights has got you covered. The store houses curated and collaborative collections from Ted Muehling, Brickett Davda, Christiane Perrochon, and Jasper Conran, with handcrafted ceramics from Victoria Morris, pots from Brooklyn Copper Cookware, bespoke butcher block tables with Farrow & Ball-painted legs, and table linens from Boxwood Linens.
Options for stocking up your pantry include Olive Oil and Vinegar are produced by Albert Katz of Napa Valley; seasonal jams, nut butters, chutneys, preserves and almond butter from LouLou’s Garden in Escalon, CA; and spices provided by Le Sanctuaire.
Look forward to events in the future as they have plans for dinners, guests, chefs and more. 3075 Sacramento St., San Francisco, CA 94115. 415-931-7433.
Know who makes the best coffee in your city? Support your favorite by voting for them on KRUPS’ Facebook page as they will honoring the best coffee shops throughout New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C. Don’t see your favorite java provider? You have the option to write in whoever you want. See last year’s winners.