Pretty much everything including the mustard is made from scratch.
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At this fast-from-scratch spot, even the mustard will be housemade.
It's atop a tower on Pine Street.
It's like 'Babe: Pig in the City,' but with more offal.
Friedman and Bloomfield may even add more dates.
Better luck next time, reservations-seekers.
Expect a café and some very British sandwiches.
The restaurateurs are said to be planning an all-day "café-bar concept."
Are April Bloomfield's Devils on Horseback making the jump to the West Coast?
The Lusty Lady shares a wall with Tosca Cafe.
The New York duo has spent the last ten months reworking and revamping the venerable San Francisco bar.
We're probably looking at a fall opening now.
The place will have real leather banquettes (not the pleather ones there now), and an Italian-focused menu.
The shouty chef is Mr. Nice Guy now.
April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman have gone out of their way to state that their humble efforts are no more Mexican than a Doritos Locos taco.
It's all good, no matter how you slice it.
The duo will take over San Francisco's Tosca Cafe.
The duo teamed up with Roberto Santibañez.
Like pizza, burgers, and pork buns before it, the taco is the latest lowbrow foodstuff to undergo a gourmet upgrade.
Though no one will confirm, the Williamsburg barbecue joint's owner's name is on the liquor license application.