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From Food & Wine , MAY 2011
While shooting Copycat in San Francisco, Tarlov had innumerable lunches at Chez Panisse and dinners at Rubicon with...MORE
From Food & Wine , NOV 2009
One day, when wine director Larry Stone was out of town, the restaurant manager asked Parr if he owned a suit. He did—just one. “Wear it tomorrow,”...MORE
From Food & Wine , JUL 2005
Krasinski developed this simple dessert for her mother, who adores these flavors. When she put it on the menu at...MORE
From Food & Wine , FEB 2006
Today they work at Rubicon in San Francisco, where Brioza (an F&W Best New Chef 2003) handles the savory dishes, Krasinski the...MORE
From the From the May 2008 Food & Wine Go List
For a long time, Rubicon was best known for its 1,700-bottle wine cellar. Now, it’s also gaining fame for its food, from <a href="/bestnewchefs/?year=2003&chef=B30CCF8C-625C-4A53-8E1DDC7E6D511EFD">Stuart Brioza (an F&W Best New Chef 2003)</a>, whose exciting modern California menu is especially good with the restaurant’s awe-inspiring collection of California Cabs. Even the brilliant desserts from Nicole Krasinski are wine-friendly.
We loved: Dino kale ragù and radishes; Oregon lamb with roasted red grapes; clementine .
Insider tip: The $25 lunch, served on Wednesdays, is a great value.