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Heart Wine Bar
Recession Is Your Friend
Economy Makes Opening Smaller Restaurants Easier
“The trend is for opening smaller neighborhood-focused restaurants, and the trend is a way from the palaces,” says Kevin Westlye, executive director of Golden Gate Restaurant Association.
This Weekend Mission Street Food Goes Chinese and Heart Welcomes Street Vendors
MSF gives a nod to Lung Shan and Heart opens its doors to a cabal of street vendors.
Why Don’t More Restaurants Offer Retail-Priced Wine?; Are Fast Food Execs
Heart Wine Bar Hosts Its First Special Event
No More Lunch at Heart
The Other Critics
Kauffman Feels Like a Douche Asking for a Stem Glass at Heart; Reidinger Says
Kauffman isn’t having the Mason jar thing at Heart; Reidinger likes his whiskey at Nihon; and Carey Sweet reviews P/30 in Sebastopol.
Jeff Segal, Owner of Heart, Explains What the Deal Is With the Mason Jars
Heart’s owner explains why he eschews stemware and why you should try this cider that tastes a little like manure.
Houston’s Becomes Hillstone, An Early Peek at Comstock Saloon, and More
Houston’s gets rebranded; the Comstock Saloon still over a month off; Anthony’s Cookies reopens; and more.
Wine in Mason Jars?; Hooters Is for Sale
What to Eat
What to Eat at Heart Wine Bar, Open Today in the Mission
The new mission vino joint opens six months or so ahead of Arizmendi Bakery, which will be right next door.
Arizmendi to Open in Mission in 2010
Tablehopper Re-Launches with New Look, Same Scoops
Newly designed site finally does justice to Marcia Gagliardi’s content.