Bi-Rite Expands to Divisidero, À Côté Grows in Oakland, and More

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Western Addition: Bi-Rite Market will be bringing their haute grocery and deli business to a second location on Divis between Grove and Fulton, in the former Emblem Grocery. Details remain up in the air. [Scoop]
Pacific Heights: Citizen Cake’s new locale (2125 Fillmore) remains indefinitely delayed, pending some final funding for the remodel. [Grub Street]
Treasure Island: Sol Rouge, a small Napa-based winery, looks to be opening a tasting room on Treasure Island, in Building 180 N. [Grub Street]
Oakland: À Côté, the popular, small-plates off-shoot of now shuttered white-tablecloth neighbor Citron, will be expanding with a new sister eatery in the Citron space. Owner Jack Knowles is still working out the concept, but it will be different from and complementary to À Côté. [Chron]

Also, Knowles has cleared some permitting hurdles and will soon open a 165-seat pan-Latin restaurant called Los Compadres in Oakland’s Glenview (4239 Park Boulevard), with À Côté chef Matt Colgin at the helm. [Chron/Scoop]
Mission: Southern Pacific Brewing Company is coming to 620 Treat Avenue, which is going to be a huge brewpub and restaurant designed by the guy who did Flora Grubb and Four Barrel Coffee and featuring sourdough crust pizzas. [Tablehopper]
Potrero Hill: Perry’s has opened a fourth location, serving up breakfast, lunch and happy hour at the Design Center. [Scoop]
Marin: See a roundup of all the new stuff just opened in Marin, including L’Appart Resto in San Anselmo and Dish in Mill Valley. [Chron]