About Me


Christina Mueller, BioI have been in food media for over 10 years and specialize in researching and writing editorial and content marketing for industries, including restaurants, hospitality, travel, retail, health and wellness, specialty and natural foods, special diets (i.e. paleo, gluten-free) agriculture and farming, and wine and spirits.


My experience writing for print and online publications includes Condé Nast Contract Publishing, Sunset magazineAOLCallisto MediaWelter Creative Media AgencyBars + Tone Video ProductionBlackboard EatsIfOnlyEdible Communities, and the Marin Independent Journal, among others.


The creative process involved in developing compelling stories, reviews, blogs, website copy and advertorial pieces means that every day is a new culinary adventure. My readers, both local and global, are treated to mouth-watering tales that deconstruct the characteristics of unique, incredible edibles from the Bay Area and the world.


Christina Mueller writes about food, wine, travel and other earthly delights. View her new travel video series and find information about her cookbooks and other projects at http://christinamueller.com.  

 
 

Articles

 

Mourad Neighborhood: Financial DistrictFine Dining: The New Normal

By: Christina Mueller

Casual but upscale dining is a national trend that only seems to keep growing in San Francisco. These restaurants turn on the culinary firepower yet keep the setting refined and luxurious but low key. Great food, a fun vibe , and maybe even a Michelin star. It is all here.
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The Best Meatless Burgers in San Francisco

By: Christina Mueller

Burger Week 2016 is still six months away, but San Francisco’s appetite for burgers cannot be confined to a small parcel of days. With beef under pressure from water conservationists, the new “it” burgers in town defy the drought by skipping the beef entirely. Let’s call them alterna-burgers (veggie burgers are so 1989) for they are as varied and modern as they are delicious.
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1601 Bar & KitchenWhere to Eat the Coolest Cuisine from the New Asia

By: Christina Mueller

San Francisco’s taste for the flavors of the Southeast Asia shows no signs of slowing. New restaurants bring the food of Guam and Sri Lanka to the city while an established restaurant defines the food of Indonesia in elegant style.
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Mint Plaza Redux - What’s New and Happening NowMint Plaza Redux - What’s New and Happening Now

By: Christina Mueller

San Francisco’s Mint Plaza, that L-shaped wedge of open space behind the old Mint Building at the corner of 5th and Mission, is bustling once again with restaurants, food trucks and events. Just steps away from the Westfield Center and Union Square, Mint Plaza is a relaxing refuge from the holiday bustle, a place to sit and enjoy the sights and sounds of the city. Here is what you need to know now about what is happening in and around the Plaza.
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