Little Osaka Brings Delivery Sushi to Dogpatch; Gold Star Bar Opens in Polk Gulch; and More

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Dogpatch/Potrero: Little Osaka (1234 Indiana Street) recently opened, serving takeout and delivery Japanese food (there doesn’t appear to be much seating), including sushi that we can not vouch for. But at least two people think it’s good. [Dogpatch Howler]
Mission: There are still some seats left for this fundraiser at Bar Tartine tonight, March 5. The story is family-style pot-au-feu, $50 a head, and that includes wine pairings, with proceeds benefiting this charity started by Tartine co-owner Elizabeth Prueitt. Go here for reservations. [Grub Street]
Also, Ken Ken Ramen (3376 18th Street) is hosting a night market this Thursday through Saturday, featuring various food and non-food vendors. [SFoodie]
Polk Gulch: Gold Star Bar (1548 California Street at Polk), which has a school theme and a Pictionary night, just quietly opened. [7x7]
Oakland: After getting forced out by a landlord for a little over a year, 25-year-old Vietnamese place Le Cheval reopened in its original location (1007 Clay at 10th) last week. [Scoop]

Little Osaka Brings Delivery Sushi to Dogpatch; Gold Star Bar Opens in Polk