They're opening and closing one hour later now.
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The Stone Street Tavern folks are behind the brownstone-housed restaurant.
'The Atlantic' hasn't spent much time in L.A. or S.F. recently.
'The Atlantic' praises the innovative take on using vacant parcels in an urban center.
Just in time for the final gasps of Oktoberfest in Hayes Valley!
The chef has left behind Korean cuisine to cook German food at a German-Korean restaurant. Huh?
The beer garden project from Suppenkuche has faced quite a few delays.
At least in S.F. and L.A. there's been a boom this year of German, Austrian, Czech, and Hungarian restaurants.
We double Huff Po's suggestions for great outdoor drinking.
Next up at the cargo container development is Suppenkuche's al fresco offshoot.
The beloved former Church & State chef is cooking a four-course beefsteak dinner for Blackboard Eats subscribers.
Hayes Valley’s Proxy Development Rolls Out Soon With Smitten Ice Cream, Ritual, and Revolving Pop-Up Venue
Pizzeria Delfina and Biergarten will open a little later.
Former Bin8945 owner David Haskell will be on drink duty, while former recent Bastide exile Joseph Mahon cooks a five-course dinner.
Also, chef Paolo Laboa has left the employ of Farina.
Both the Suppenkuche team and Craig Stoll are eying a new temporary development along Octavia Boulevard.