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Menu details still remain a little fuzzy.
Aztec hot chocolate, Korean sausages, Japanese burgers, and the revival of a few familiar fine diners will see us through the season.
We're only about three quarters of the way through the year, and there are still plenty of amazing new bars and restaurants in the city's future.
Our autumn agenda includes new places, new faces and a bunch of cool new plates.
Newfangled mid-century Italian on Thompson Street.
Including a Porsena wine-bar addition, Andrew Carmellini's menu at the Public Library, and more.
There's hope yet for the cement doughnut.
Here’s what they’re planning this fall.
And other ramen news.
Twelve reasons sleep is overrated.
Mezcal breaks through, cocktails get bottled, and more.
Grub Street's fall coverage from across the country.
A cornucopia of news about the season's upcoming restaurants.
In S.F., N.Y., Philly, and Chicago, goat is being embraced by chefs and diners, at least the slightly adventurous ones.
Finally, S.F. is getting a Neapolitan pizza wave, and a steakhouse wave, and a bevy of simpler cocktail menus.
Ragazza, Plum, Cotogna, Black Sheep Pub, and everything you have to look forward to this fall.
We look back at five of the city's most belated restaurant openings.