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Bay Area ‘Power Couples’: Craig & Annie Stoll

Bay Area ‘Power Couples’: Craig & Annie Stoll

  • July 30, 2010
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by Laura Mason July 30, 2010 It's hard to start a business in the Bay Area. And even harder to make it successful. We're inspired by the couples who have done it together and have decided to highlight them every week in our new "Bay Area Power Couples" blog series. Since they met in the late 90s and married in May 2000, Craig and Annie Stoll have continually hatched ideas to push the SF culinary scene into the future with three (soon to be four) wildly succes...Read More »
Make Pizza Like a Pro

Make Pizza Like a Pro

  • February 1, 2010
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by Rachel Levin and Margo True February 2010 Pizzeria Delfina's resident pizzaiolo, Anthony Strong, shares the secrets to making those legendary pies. Pizzeria Delfina’s dough, adapted for baking in a home oven, is the best we’ve ever tried―smooth and supple. The secret lies in how you stretch it. Pizzaiolo Anthony Strong demonstrates... Read the full article here.Read More »
American Pie

American Pie

by Alan Richman May 2009 Who makes the best pizza on earth? That is the eternal question, the one that must be answered. Because: Round or square, flat or stuffed, thick crust or thin, slathered in pork products or simply covered in cheese, pizza just might be the most perfect food ever invented. Which is why Alan Richman traveled more than 20,000 miles across the U.S.A.—the country that makes it best—in a search for the 25 best pizzas you’ll ever eat Read th...Read More »
Cry for Yelp

Cry for Yelp

  • March 20, 2009
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March 20, 2009 Delfina confronts its worst reviews by emblazoning them on T-shirts. Delfina Restaurant owner Craig Stoll talks about running a restaurant in the age of Yelp. Listen to the interview Read the transcript hereRead More »
Restaurant to Yelp Reviewers: Bring it on

Restaurant to Yelp Reviewers: Bring it on

  • March 6, 2009
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by Clair Cain Miller March 6, 2009 The New York Times A San Francisco restaurant has figured out a way to wrest power from Yelp, the review site that has many small business owners feeling frustrated and voiceless. Read the full article here.Read More »