Soba Noodle Salad dish

The first-year medical students are gearing up for the end of our pulmonary block. As I’m studying for a test or aiming to meet a deadline, the last thing I want to worry about is what to eat.

Just got off from your night shift? Don’t have class at Parnassus till 11 a.m.? Tired of the overpriced local/sustainable/organic breakfast fare that pervades The City?

What’s the best grilled cheese you’ve ever had? You probably haven’t had it until you’ve gone to Sidekick, an outpost of Cowgirl Creamery in the San Francisco Ferry Building.

Haight Street Market is a less corporate and polished version of Whole Foods, though certainly no less popular and certainly a little bit hotter.

Eggnog and apple cider are holiday season favorites, but before enjoying either, students often find themselves gulping down untold amounts of caffeine and energy drinks to get through final exams.

At first blush, the concept of a sour beer seems entirely unappetizing. In most cases, sour beer is unappetizing because it’s the result of unwanted microbes infecting beer as it ferments.

The cook-off at the Alumni House was fiercely contested, but in the end, it was “Tacos Three Ways” by three second-year dental students that swayed the judges.

During test weeks, the library is crammed with dozens of bleary-eyed students.

By a brilliant stroke of luck, your two Scoop writers were placed together in Alameda for pediatric preceptorships this quarter.

San Franciscans are a little obsessed with brunch. I know this because there are few things that require a reservation a month in advance that early on a Sunday morning.