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  • News Sports Illustrated

To put it frankly, the Giants have one of the best beer selections in all of baseball—the beers at Oracle Park line up with what you’d see on the menu at a local San Francisco beer bar.

  • News SF Weekly

Mexico has 31 states, many of which have their own immediately recognizable regional delicacies, grouped into seven principal regions. While Mexican food at every price point can be had somewhere in San Francisco, Jose Alvarez, chef de cuisine at Traci des Jardins’ Presidio restaurant Arguello, has taken it upon himself to tackle them systematically.

  • News KRON 4

When you think of Mexican food in San Francisco, you often think of the Mission, but Arguello Chef de Cuisine Jose Alvarez is whipping up authentic Mexican dishes at Arguello in the Presidio through his monthly Taste of Mexico series.

  • News South Pasadena Review

When visiting the Rose Garden Tea Room, set amidst the historic Rose Garden at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, it feels as if you’ve been transported back in time to a charming cottage in the countryside. Offering beautiful views of the gardens from every window, the Rose Garden Tea Room serves traditional tea service in a cozy, intimate setting.

  • News Dallas Observer

Plano got four new food offerings in one with the opening of LC Kitchen, a “food hall-style restaurant” located at Legacy Central.

  • News Punch

Tequila is finding its way into the hot buttered field elsewhere, too. At Arguello in San Francisco, Enrique Sanchez makes his Pumpkin Buttered Tequila by stirring pumpkin butter into añejo tequila.

  • News Texas Monthly

Inspired by her mother-in-law, Fort Worth chef Denise Shavandy, of Café Modern, draws on Eastern Mediterranean influences for her sophisticated dinner.

  • News San Francisco Business Times

The San Francisco arena’s food and beverage program — through a partnership with Bon Appétit Management Company and Levy Restaurants — has added more local names to its roster, including local non-profits La Cocina and Old Skool Cafe.