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Nightmares From Beyond The Dish: Dylan’s Top 4 Worst

Editor in Chief’s note: Greetings Everyone, It’s been a while! We here at Foodoofus are picking up the pieces and getting back on track. Dylan is pursuing his Law Degree and whereas I’m restructuring the backend of this site as well as updating other items for internet friendly optimization. In this issue, our Associate Editor … Continue reading

Meticulous Mouthfuls: Two-Star Michelin Atelier Crenn

“It’s awfully quiet in here… And did you notice, those were her own paintings.” Last year one of the biggest highlights of our dining excursions for the team, was visiting this Michelin star institution in SF. When Associate Editor Dylan alluded to how the menu transcript was structured in a poetic format, I was slightly intrigued. Weeks … Continue reading

The Restaurant At Meadowood: Mt. St. Helena’s Best Kept Secret (Retrospect Review)

“Nestled away in a piney cul-de-sac of Napa Valley, the Meadowood resort has always been a place of secluded beauty, but for several years its restaurant gave up trying to compete with big names like the French Laundry and Domaine Chandon”- John Mariani, Esquire 10/10/2006 Meadowood’s reputation is perceived as the runner-up 3-Star Destination of the entire … Continue reading

Bottega: The Fastest Fine Dining Experience Ever (Retrospect Review)

“Oooh, what kind of surprise is it? Is it something I would like? Why don’t you tell me about it?” Napa… will I ever get sick and tired of this place? Probably, but for now I’ll enjoy every excursion until my mind grows weary of the crimson grape vines, luscious backdrops of Mt. St. Helena, … Continue reading

A Belly (Uptown) Full of Burritos

“Extra green sauce, ok, the total is $17.35, it will be ready when you arrive.” Seriously? Another burrito joint?* I could’ve sworn this place was swarming with more Southern places than I can count (not that it’s a bad thing, *ahem* Brown Sugar Kitchen). Granted, this was my first time glancing at the corner burrito … Continue reading

Foodoofus Special Issue: Return to NYC Part 2 Finale: Le Bernardin

“Can you send me the menu?… **after reading it online** Come on son, I don’t know about this place, you know I’m not really into this sort of thing…but it’s all good.” ***Author’s Note*** I know the ending to this two-part series was long overdue so be prepared with my content binge in entertainment, food … Continue reading

Meticulous Mouthfuls: Mother’s Day Special at Commis Oakland

 “You know back in my day, all the food was within reach and my grandfather used a rooted vegetable to brush his teeth, we all laughed at him. Now that we’re older looking back… that’s why we didn’t get sick so easily unlike now.” – Mom Piedmont is a place where I’ve visited many times … Continue reading

Foodoofus x Nomiku: First Ever InstaMeet: In Review

“Kitchen Real Estate… That’s what makes Nomiku so great.”- Lisa Fetterman, Co-Founder of Nomiku San Francisco’s Mission District… as crazy as it sounds, the Mission is my third home in the Bay Area. I frequent this place a lot, each time I find something new worth checking out. 24th street in general is home to many Japanese izakayas, … Continue reading

Palate procrastination, The Lazy Bear experience

“At this point of career, I feel doing Top Chef is not really worth getting into..”- David Barzalay, Chef and Owner of Lazy Bear The restaurant world is ever changing… Is it possible to be ambitious and remain lazy, carefree at the same time? Probably not, however one man has decided to step out of … Continue reading

Meticulous Mouthfuls: Sons and Daughters, one star and two parallels

“We are the children of the S.F. culinary scene… the sons and daughters of this place.” – Waiter quoting the Owners of S & D Nob Hill, San Francisco…originally known as California hill and home of a select few of influential chefs who made quite an impact on the Northern California fine dining scene. Hubert … Continue reading

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