A new breakfast and lunch spot opens from the husband-and-wife team behind Ruby Wine, who met when they both worked at Oliveto.
Proceeds go to benefit the San Francisco Community School.
The breakfast-and-lunch-only spot from the team behind Ruby Wine opens in two weeks at 18th and Texas.
Kauffman brings word that Dennis Leary's new Trinity Place bakery outpost, which has been doing breakfast only for a few weeks, launched its lunch menu yesterday, complete with a yummy-looking barbecued short rib sandwich on a golden bun. [SFoodie, Earlier]...
There's a big list of dishes under ten bucks, and a lunch menu that includes three courses for $6.
Fancy lunches for six, delivered by a variety of restaurants, are being auctioned off to benefit an alternative public school.
Also, Cat Cora's coming to SFO.
A legendary restaurant-turned music venue is back, while a stalwart Chinese restaurant eyes a second location after many decades.
Sean Takaki introduces high-end Thanksgiving panini and pineapple-burgundy braised pork belly on a baguette.
Also, the Mission gets a farmers' market!
The "Take Back Your Lunch" movement advocates eating your midday meal in the real world. Plus, a word about stinky office eaters.
Thermidor, the 1960s-inspired new restaurant on Mint Plaza from Spork guys Bruce Binn and Neil Jorgenson, is now open for lunch. You'll want to start with a drink, naturally. [Tablehopper, Earlier]...
Plus, Tom Colicchio reports from the scene of the oil spill.
The brewery and restaurants' Media location celebrates a decade in business.
Plus, Waverly Inn does brunch and Julie Reiner preps her Hawaiian cocktail bar in Soho.
The Sheffield restaurant already serves some interesting sandwiches.
Bakestudio sells salads, sandwiches, and of course, bread in El Segundo.
Ad agency Wieden+Kennedy's floor-to-ceiling lunchtime idea board.
The new lunch place at 10th and Market features geek-themed sandwich names, like "And This One Time at Band Camp."