The boys are moving Naked Lunch into the larger, next-door space and operating it as an all-day pub.
They've already shot down Benderloin.
The new owners, including a longtime Emmy's Spaghetti Shack chef, are making some changes but trying to keep the spirit of the place alive.
The bistronomics options are spreading to Santos Uy's Downtown wine bar.
Change is a constant in Michael Cardenas' Downtown empire these days.
They've been open over a month, in the former Hyde Street Bistro, but now they're ready for their close-up.
Also, T-Rex, which also got sold, will remain as-is, but less BBQ-focused.
After 35 years, changes may be afoot at the Manhattan Beach Frenchie.
The menu's suspiciously similar to sister restaurant Tin Vietnamese Cuisine.
This had something to do with another Honor Bar in SoCal.
Batson's husband, Kelly, will help usher in a new Andalusian theme to the menu.
It's still a bistro, but with rotisserie chicken and a more casual thing going on.
Also, they'll be adding to the number of courses and generally slowing things down.
It's now called Talbot Cafe.
It's the new incarnation of Brassica on Main Street in downtown St. Helena.
The chef of three years at Mustards is leaving, and being replaced by Michael Foster.
Duncan Ley and Ben Bleiman now are partners in six different bars around town.
The Dogpatch Saloon (2496 Third Street) recently underwent an ownership change, and the new guys taking the helm are 83 Proof owners Marc Goldfine, Christopher Barry, and Derek Jostad. It's unclear whether the name will change at "Dogpatch's Oldest Watering...