It's going to focus on vegetarian "worker" food, from a vintage cookbook.
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It won't be Chinese, though.
It's part of a big revamp of the Renoir Hotel, by the Viceroy group, at 7th and Market.
It's a new project, with a full bar and Italian menu, from the guy behind Filippo's in Rockridge and Berkeley.
We don't know many details yet, but it might be a casual thing.
The former Bar Agricole chef talks about the pure and clean style of Chinese that he hopes to serve.
Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski discuss the upcoming project, which may be due to debut later this year.
This should get interesting.
It will likely open in early 2014.
It's a pub chain 'of perverted Scottish origins.'
It's sort of like a rotating pop-up, but also like a Las Vegas restaurant with a celebrity name attached, only it's multiple names, and they change every few months.
It's in a tony Peninsula town that won't yet be named.
Easy Creole will be the first brick-and-mortar for the pop-up team.
He declined to elaborate, however.
The chef is Scott Peterson, most recently at Bocadillos.
The dormant Trigger space will see new life by late summer or early fall, 2013.
They're looking to move in next to Fitness S.F.
It seems as though the previously discussed Hayes Valley space must have fallen through.