Also, Shorty Goldstein's, a new deli, is now open in the FiDi.
Serpico told us that the menu is similar to what he will serve at his restaurant when it opens.
The new spot just opened in the former Bushi-Tei.
You can now just have a drink and a snack for under $50.
There's no set menu, and they just quietly reopened last week.
The new menu section puts grains in the spotlight.
It won't be opening for lunch, as previously reported.
We have the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus at this "bohemian" restaurant.
Lunch-only dishes include focaccia sandwiches and grilled market fish with feta yogurt.
The selection is pointedly more casual, with breakfast burritos, Benedicts, and burgers.
SFoodie brings us a shot of the flashy menu board.
Ralph Johnson is making Yorkshire pudding and duck-fat fries to accompany his traditional British supper.
Also: Thai fried chicken.
Feau, who recently closed The Royce in Pasadena, will team up with The Oinkster chef-owner and former L'Orangerie sous chef Ressul Rassallat.
The chef will offer a $50 five-course menu using offal and an arrangement of classic ingredients served in new ways.