Menu Stories Podcast

Synopsis

Menu Stories is a multimedia collection of stories about the people and restaurants behind the food we love. Starting with the San Francisco restaurant community, Rebecca Goberstein gets the rare opportunity to interview the chefs, restaurateurs, deli shop owners, and food makers to learn more about who they are, their inspirations, and their motivations. Visit Menu Stories (http://menustories.com) to uncover the stories behind these culinary artists and small business owners who feed and nurture our communities.

Episodes

  • Emmy Kaplan, Emmys Spaghetti Shack

    Emmy Kaplan, Emmy's Spaghetti Shack

    22/07/2016 Duration: 28min

    Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack has been a Mission/Bernal local favorite for over 15 years, which is a feat in the tumultuous San Francisco restaurant scene. But something even more impressive is the fact that Emmy Kaplan opened the restaurant at just twenty-four years old. Listen to our interview with Emmy to hear the full story. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Jay Bordeleau, Tim Hagney,  Chef Isaac Miller, Maven

    Jay Bordeleau, Tim Hagney, & Chef Isaac Miller, Maven

    08/07/2016 Duration: 42min

    Today's episode (E30) features Jay Bordeleau, Tim Hagney, and Chef Isaac Miller of Maven. The trio meet with Menu Stories host Rebecca Goberstein to discuss what music has to do with food, what wine has to do with cocktails, and why the Lower Haight was the perfect neighborhood for this polished restaurant-bar. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Tyler MacNiven  Chef August Schuchman, West of Pecos

    Tyler MacNiven & Chef August Schuchman, West of Pecos

    24/06/2016 Duration: 31min

    Episode 29 features the story behind the southwest-inspired West of Pecos restaurant on San Francisco's bustling Valencia Street. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Angelo Garro  Veronica Ronchi, Omnivore Salt

    Angelo Garro & Veronica Ronchi, Omnivore Salt

    10/06/2016 Duration: 39min

    In Episode 28, we meet local legend and modern renaissance man, Angelo Garro, of Omnivore Salt. Garro and his right-hand woman, Veronica Ronchi, share the story behind this small-batch seasoning company and reveal the stories of the whimsical kitchen table at the Renaissance Forge, which has served food to Hollywood royalty and world renowned chefs. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chef/Owner Kyle Itani, Itani Ramen

    Chef/Owner Kyle Itani, Itani Ramen

    27/05/2016 Duration: 34min

    Kyle Itani of Oakland's beloved Hopscotch just opened Itani Ramen and shares how his Japanese-American heritage influenced both restaurants. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • John Zirinsky, Ben Buchanan, Jimmy Simpson, and Chef Max Snyder of Old Bus Tavern

    John Zirinsky, Ben Buchanan, Jimmy Simpson, and Chef Max Snyder of Old Bus Tavern

    13/05/2016 Duration: 32min

    John Zirinsky, Ben Buchanan, Jimmy Simpson, and Chef Max Snyder meet with Menu Stories host Rebecca Goberstein to share how Old Bus Tavern in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood came to be from its inspirations of home-brewed beer, a love for excellent food in a casual atmosphere, and an old Volkswagen bus. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Executive Chef David Lawrence, Black Bark BBQ

    Executive Chef David Lawrence, Black Bark BBQ

    08/04/2016 Duration: 46min

    Episode 25 features executive chef/owner David Lawrence of 1300 on Fillmore and Black Bark BBQ. View the full episode and subscribe to our newsletter on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chef Jake Whitlock, 1300 on Fillmore

    Chef Jake Whitlock, 1300 on Fillmore

    08/04/2016 Duration: 29min

    To celebrate 25 episodes of Menu Stories, we're introducing a special two-part series, featuring sister restaurants 1300 on Fillmore and Black Bark BBQ. We start with episode 24, where we meet chef Jake Whitlock of 1300 on Fillmore. View the full episode and subscribe to our newsletter on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Executive Chef Justin Simoneaux, Boxing Room

    Executive Chef Justin Simoneaux, Boxing Room

    18/03/2016 Duration: 22min

    In the twenty third episode of Menu Stories, Executive Chef Justin Simoneaux of Boxing Room shares his passion for the cuisine that belongs to his New Orleans roots and explains how important it is to stay true to your creative vision. View the full episode and subscribe to our newsletter on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Dario Barbone  Renato Sardo, Baia Pasta

    Dario Barbone & Renato Sardo, Baia Pasta

    05/03/2016 Duration: 40min

    In the 22nd episode of the Menu Stories Podcast, we venture outside of San Francisco for the first time and arrive in Oakland, where we meet Dario Barbone and Renato Sardo, founders of Baia Pasta. Baia Pasta is an artisan pasta company that only sources its flour from organic grain farmers in the United States. Backed by their Italian heritage and expertise in both slow food and molecular biology, we're hard pressed to find a more reliable source for pasta. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chef Staffan Terje  Umberto Gibin, Perbacco/barbacco  Volta

    Chef Staffan Terje & Umberto Gibin, Perbacco/barbacco & Volta

    12/02/2016 Duration: 31min

    Owners Umberto Gibin and chef Staffan Terje reflect on their ten years of success with the fine dining sister restaurants Perbacco and barbacco and share why they took a turn from Italian cuisine to open Volta, a Swedish and French ultra modern brasserie. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Anjan and Emily Mitra, Dosa

    Anjan and Emily Mitra, Dosa

    05/02/2016 Duration: 32min

    Episode 20 of the Menu Stories podcast features the husband-and-wife team behind Dosa, San Francisco's modern South Indian restaurant group that's celebrating 10 years. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chef Shawn Naputi, Prubechu

    Chef Shawn Naputi, Prubechu

    23/12/2015 Duration: 28min

    Shawn Naputi and Shawn Camacho, who both grew up in Guam, opened Prubechu to create much more than just a restaurant. With Prubechu being the only place in San Francisco serving Guamanian food, they've aspired to create a home for city dwellers who are part of this close-knit island community. In this final episode of 2015, Prubechu chef Shawn Naputi teaches us the history of Guam, its many cultural influences, and how he and Camacho got their business off the ground. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chef Trish Tracey, Myriad Gastro Pub

    Chef Trish Tracey, Myriad Gastro Pub

    11/12/2015 Duration: 40min

    Chef Trish Tracey of Myriad Gastro Pub in San Francisco's Mission District sits down with Menu Stories host Rebecca Goberstein to share what inspired her to put everything on the line to open her first restaurant. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chefs Jonathan Sutton  Tony Ferrari, Hillside Supper Club

    Chefs Jonathan Sutton & Tony Ferrari, Hillside Supper Club

    02/12/2015 Duration: 14min

    Meet Jonathan Sutton and Tony Ferrari of Hillside Supper Club, the young chef/owners with old souls, on episode 17 of Menu Stories. Sutton and Ferrari discuss the importance of respecting the techniques and lessons of the chefs that came before them, quality ingredients, and the staffing crisis facing many San Francisco restaurants. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Executive Chef Gilbert Pilgram  Head Chef Rebecca Boice, Zuni Café

    Executive Chef Gilbert Pilgram & Head Chef Rebecca Boice, Zuni Café

    23/11/2015 Duration: 43min

    Executive chef/owner Gilbert Pilgram and head chef Rebecca Boice meet with Menu Stories host Rebecca Goberstein and share their personal stories, why your food shouldn't be anonymous, and reveal their favorite memories with the famed Judy Rodgers, who transformed Zuni into what continues to be San Francisco's quintessential modern restaurant. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Chef Melissa Perfit, Bar Crudo

    Chef Melissa Perfit, Bar Crudo

    02/11/2015 Duration: 23min

    Chef Melissa Perfit of Bar Crudo shares how her background in cinematography influences her work as a chef and discusses how Bar Crudo is celebrating its 10th anniversary as one of San Francisco's favorite seafood getaways. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • David Hanna, Tadich Grill

    David Hanna, Tadich Grill

    02/11/2015 Duration: 31min

    The fourteenth episode of Menu Stories features Tadich Grill, which originally opened during the California Gold Rush in 1849 by Croatian immigrants, making it the oldest restaurant in the state. General Manager David Hanna shares how the restaurant has continued to thrive over the years, through a number of owners, maintaining excellent seafood, straight shooting waiters, and perfect cocktails. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Steve Anderson, The Pig and Whistle

    Steve Anderson, The Pig and Whistle

    22/10/2015 Duration: 31min

    We meet Steve Anderson, owner and manager of The Pig and Whistle, a long standing English-style pub in San Francisco. Anderson has roots in punk rock England and even worked with bands like The Police - listen to the episode to hear his journey from music in London to running a traditional English pub half a world away. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

  • Feldo Nartapura  Ruvi Dayao, Sataysfied

    Feldo Nartapura & Ruvi Dayao, Sataysfied

    19/09/2015 Duration: 36min

    The chefs and founders of Sataysfied, a beloved catering and food cart company in the San Francisco Bay Area, meet with Menu Stories to reveal how they started the business out of necessity. Subscribe to the Menu Stories podcast on menustories.com. Music provided by Ben Sound.

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