Spreading the Puerto Rican Love; Yoshi’s 40th Year a Rocky One; and More


Oakland: Two New York transplants bring Puerto Rican culture to the Bay Area masses with their Borinquen Soul food truck. [East Bay Express]
Fillmore: Yoshi’s, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary at both its S.F. and Oakland locations, faces a very challenging 2013 when the first payment is due on the loan the city gave them to open the S.F. club. [Chron]
Hayes Valley: Noir, which is taking over the old Frjtz space, will feature a “kitschy modernized movie theatre food” theme to got with its 1940s jazz era-inspired concept. [Eater]
San Mateo: Learn how to cook sans gluten (pro-tip: replace water with vodka!) and sugar at The Joy of Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Baking on Thursday. [SFoodie]