With the new oven and late night menu, the NoLibs tapas bar is also extending a discount on drinks for restaurant workers.
The restaurant and bar reaches back to a bygone era of eating and drinking.
The dim sum pop-up has fully taken over Queen Malika at 18th and Eureka.
Some dishes remain the same, others have been tweaked, and a few are completely new.
They're damn spicy, and good.
The much anticipated first restaurant in S.F. -- and first Spanish restaurant -- for the Italian chef has arrived.
The dinner is the culmination of Alex Boonphaya recent guest chef series.
The tongue-in-cheek dishes are meant to go with a live performance of soundtrack hits by "For The Record."
The new spot from Memphis Taproom's owners opens in the former home of ill-fated The Butcher & The Brewer.
Dishes include veal burgers and plant-based sides.
The drinks include unique garnishes and elements of fire.
A preview menu finds dishes being served like buckwheat popcorn and potato pulp with milk skin and bonito.
The menu puts forht of delicate balance of flavors inspired by the cuisines of Thailand, Laos and Viet Nam.
The first one is April 7.
Jason Neroni is offering his house-made pastas, along with sandwiches and plant-based small plates.
Chef Damian Ross plans dishes like a goat galbi, Thai goat tartare, and sirloin kebabs using two Boer goats.
With some plates, she sticks with the restaurant's Southern focus, but with others, she takes them in a whole different direction.