SF Gate: Good Morning Mission

Carbs trending. Has anyone else noticed a proliferation of sausage and heavily carb/fat food in the Mission? This concoction on Mission Mission is the latest proof.  But the Mission seems to have moved right from burritos to sausages including those at RosamundePig and PieSchmidt’s and the newest place to indulge, the Guatemalan Los Shucos on 22nd Street. Read on…

SF Gate: It’s hog heaven for beer and sausage fans

Finally, some bona fide Midwest culture and influence is seeping into the Bay Area.

There are beer and sausage places opening up everywhere. Read on…

Eat This New York: DIVIDED WE DRINK (Brooklyn Brewery’s Scorcher #366 at Rosamunde Sausage Grill)

The reason beer is so incredibly diverse is because of the diversity of its ingredients. For instance, roasted barley malt could give off chocolate or coffee notes, while pilsner barley malt could taste like biscuits or honey. And that’s just one ingredient that gives every beer its unique flavor characteristics. Read on…

Lifestyle Mirror: Oktoberfest 2013 Best Beer Pairings

For Oktoberfest 2013, we reached out to some of our favorite restaurants and talked to them about their favorite sausage and beer pairings.

After all, it’s not every month that we’re encouraged to spend 16 days donning lederhosen, slinging beers, and replacing 90% of our diet with meat—so when September and October roll around with the gift of Oktoberfest, we’re ready for revelry. While barrel races and “oompah-pah” music annually rally crowds, nothing quite beats the fest’s most anticipated offerings: beer and sausage. With the last days of Oktoberfest upon us, we checked in with experts across the nation for the best sausage and beer pairings for your Bavarian buck. Read on…

Free Williamsburg: Rosamunde Sausage Grill

Giggity: the wildly popular San Francisco sausage grill Rosamunde is now officially slinging meat on Williamsburg’s Southside, in the space formerly occupied by the sexy Savalas and, briefly, the snooty Masten Lake. This place has “smash hit” written all over it: the track record is proven, price is right (8 bucks get you a delicious sausage sandwich with two toppings), vibe is casual, and the options are myriad—in addition to all the real sausages, there are three different kinds of vegan sausages, plus vegan baked beans, potato salad (that has bacon), and fries. And we haven’t even gotten to all the draught beers and the house-made sodas and the highballs! Read on…

Breakfast at Epiphany’s: Rosamunde Sausage Grill

For a change of pace, I had breakfast at Rosamunde[2] Sausage Grill (the one on Mission Street near 24th Street). They are only open for “Brunch” starting at 10:00am on the weekends. Read on…

Inside Scoop SF: Great spots for beer in the East Bay

With the Bar Bite on Oakland’s Old Depot running in the Chronicle last week, we thought we’d raise a pint to some more of the great beer that’s brewing in the East Bay right now. Read on…

FocusSnapEat: Rosamunde Sausage Grill Makes a Home in Swan’s Marketplace in Oakland

One thing nice about living in Oakland these days is that it doesn’t take that long for San Francisco classics to find their way here.

Rosamunde Sausage Grill is the latest example of popular San Francisco eateries expanding into the East Bay, often in the lower-cost destination of Oakland. I often would see crowds flowing out of Rosamunde’s Haight Street location (they also have a spot in the Mission), and now I don’t have to wade through the hipster crowd for a taste. Read on…

Eater: The 12 Most Elusive Burgers (And How to Get Them)

Last summer, Eater took a look at America’s most elusive dishes — highly desirable dishes that are only available in limited quantities — and, well, a whole lot of them were hamburgers. And just a quick look at each of those burgers makes it obvious why: these hamburgers are juicy, cheesy and occasionally tricked out wonders. And it turns out that there are even more hamburgers out there just waiting to be discovered and devoured. What follows here is a guide to some of America’s most elusive hamburgers and how to get your hands on them. Read on…

Sayat Explores Food: Rosamunde Sausage Grill & Toronado Bar

Rosamunde Sausage Grill and Toronado Bar

A Tunisian sausage (i.e. merquez) with giardiniera, onions and honey mustard  & a chicken, garlic and tarragon sausage with onions and dijon

I’ve been traveling and foraging cities for great food for three months now — it doesn’t take much to develop an eye for humble establishments with character. Rosamunde was such a place. Read on…