For better or for worse, 2022 is over — and that means it’s time to reflect. While Bay Area restaurants began to bounce back this year from the challenges of the pandemic, they still struggled with sky-high inflation, ingredient shortages and a scarcity of restaurant workers. Many closed, but many still pulled through to survive another year — and some even managed to thrive. New trends popped up in restaurants, some fleeting (espresso martinis, anyone?) and others with staying power (QR code menus don’t seem to be going anywhere).
After interviewing numerous local chefs and restaurant owners, we’ve got the scoop: These are the restaurant trends that defined the Bay Area in 2022, as well as the ones destined to take over in 2023. These quotes have been lightly edited and condensed for clarity.
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