It's the expansion of the Deli Board empire from sandwich guy Adam Mesnick.
They serve triangle-shaped rice snacks called onigiri, or onigillys.
It's more like tonkatsu than Bakesale Betty.
The second location of the beloved deli will have lots of room for seating.
There are QR codes involved, and no cash is accepted at this flagship location for the new chain.
It's a new venture from a pair of retail architects.
See our slideshow of the food, and the new side space.
Vic Casanova's tiny new restaurant is a stand-out among the recent flood of Italians.
A new lunch spot, it would seem, but we don't know much.
It's a new gourmet lunch spot on 17th Street in Oakland.
Something called Soup Junkie just opened at 388 Market Street. It actually started as a pop-up, serving recently at The Window in SoMa, with owner Hung Lam serving noodle soups, in particular her family recipe bun rieu. On top of...
Also, the Alembic is expanding into the former lobby, as we'd heard earlier.
It's at Sansome and Clay.
Ah, they're quietly open for lunch ahead of schedule.
See our opening slideshow of the "old-world-style" deli that Flour + Water just opened up the street.