The longtime fixture on South Street will end its run in January.
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The new incarnation of Reading Terminal Market's Beer Garden might open as soon as Tuesday.
The revamped W is way more slick, and has a lot more black decor, than before.
The deal runs through November.
The once seedy spot is serving up whiskey and go go dancers.
Just in time for the final gasps of Oktoberfest in Hayes Valley!
Woods repped Sly Fox for years and is moving on to work for Allagash.
The new menu puts forth one of the bar's most seasonally skewed menus to date.
The weekly classes, which combine, drinking eating and learning about both, will focus on a different subject of refreshment in each session.
It's a bar/bookstore/coffeeshop/cafe kind of thing.
The vintage video games and craft beer bar opened last night; a grand opening is scheduled for tonight.
They'll be offering special whiskey flights all weekend.
They're just waiting on final approvals, and a pending license. The restaurant is due to open October 26.
Eng was a former sous chef at Sons & Daughters.
The new menus boast small plates, little nibbles, cocktails and more.
No word on an opening date just yet.
Mission: Café Fiore, a new café from Eduardo Arola, is moving into a previously unoccupied space at 1201 Guerrero at 24th. [Grub Street] Union Square: The 4,000-square-foot Les Joulins Jazz Bistro, which has sat at 44 Ellis for some thirty...
They're two weeks ahead of schedule.