San Jose Mercury News: 3 Quick Bites: Lunch spots in Pleasanton, Oakland and Pleasant Hill

Oakland’s old Swan’s Market has been transformed in recent years by the addition of not just one or two eateries but a whole host of them, including Cosecha, The Cook and Her Farmer and — sheer happiness for lovers of Bavarian food — Rosamunde. Read on…

SF Gate: 30 things every San Francisco kid should eat (or at least try) before growing up

San Francisco kids have some of the most sophisticated palates in the universe.

Kids love the cheddar brat made with savory pork and white cheddar. It’s kind of like those cheese-filled hot dogs you might have eaten as a kid, but a million times better. Vegan options available. Read on…

Brooklyn Magazine: Brooklyn’s Best Sausages

Seafood is undoubtedly the protein of summer, turkey and ham get plenty of love during the winter, and lamb is intrinsically connected with spring. As for autumn, well, it’s all about the sausages; they pair perfectly with seasonal ingredients like apples, and play a central role in the month-long holiday of Oktoberfest. Read on…

Village Voice: THE DIRTY WATER DOG GETS DOLLED UP: A LOOK AT THE SEXY FRANKFURTERS OF NYCWFF

Behold the high-class version of New York’s beloved dirty water dog. Like street tacos in Los Angeles or the cubano sandwiches of Miami, there’s immeasurable pleasure in stuffing your face on a crowded sidewalk with meat whose origins hail from parts unknown.  Read on…

Thrillist: The Best 21 Sausage Spots in America

Most people might not want to go to a sausage fest, or see how sausage is made, or order it instead of bacon at breakfast, but no matter how intestine-cased or phallic-looking it is, we here at Thrillist have a deep love and admiration for the humble sausage. Few meats walk the tightrope between traditionalism and creativity quite like it, and to celebrate this dichotomy we’ve compiled a list of the 21 best sausage purveyors in the country. Read on…

N.Y. Weenies – Rosamunde Sausage Grill

Where Brooklyn at?!?! That’s right, folks. The hills are alive with the sausages of Brooklyn. Quite honestly I went into this review with very few expectations. I had no idea what I was getting into, and all I really knew was that sausages and beer were a featured partnership in this establishment. Read on…

SF Gate: The Mission Warms to a Warriors Victory

In the last minute of the NBA championship game, young men sat in the newly refurbished 24th Street Bar and watched the NBA Finals as calmly if they were watching ballet, but nearby at Phat Philly’s,  customers and wanna-be-customers standing on the outside looking in, watched the game intensely, whooping with baskets, groaning with misses and at Rosamunde Sausage Grill, old and new Mission residents stood like tightly bound fans on the cusp of a championship. Read on…

Hoodline: Meet Christine Blunck, Rosamunde Sausage Slinger And Sidecar Racer

If you’ve been to Rosamunde (545 Haight St.) on a Wednesday or Thursday, you’ve probably met Christine. No matter how busy it gets, she’ll take your order and manage the crowd with an upbeat attitude.

What you may not know is that in addition to her duties at the local sausage shop, Christine is a serious sidecar racer. We recently stopped by Rosamunde to chat with her about her role at the shop, and her love for an incredibly fast sport. Read on…

East Bay Beer: Rosamunde #5 now open on Telegraph Ave

Remember how excited we all were in 2012 when we first heard that San Francisco sausage institution Rosamunde was coming to Oakland? It landed in Old Oakland and there was great rejoicing, even by vegetarians (seriously, those vegan sausages are solid). Now the sausage ‘n’ beer mini-chain continues to widen its East Bay reach with a new location in Temescal, a neighborhood mysteriously low on good beer options. Read on…

SF Gate: Rosamunde Sausage now grilling in Oakland’s Temescal

Taking over the former Good Bellies café space at 4659 Telegraph Avenue, the new eatery debuted softly over Memorial Day weekend and will be open daily for lunch and dinner.  The interior sports a long bar, communal tables, custom woodwork, and flat-screen TVs, with outdoor seating in the works along Telegraph. Read on…