Much like Pig & Pie (now due in March) is moving into the former Discolandia digs on 24th, another restaurant/café is set to take over an even smaller indie record shop, Force of Habit at 3565 20th Street. We see...
But it won't be Italian!
They're keeping the exact location secret for now.
Chef Matt Gandin has teamed with a former band manager for Phish to open this restaurant in mid-2012 on Shattuck.
They've still got some major hurdles to jump, however, to convert the space to a restaurant with a liquor license.
The award-winning pizzaiolo will open his second (third, if you count the slice house) restaurant early next year.
He's on the hunt for 100-seat-locations downtown or on the waterfront.
He and his developer-partner will be taking over the Crescent Hotel on Stockton Street.
Think down-home Southern food and music.
The space at 280 7th Street may see some life in six to twelve months.
They look like they'll be open by spring.
Hapa Ramen's going pop-up-to-perm.
They're aiming for an early 2012 opening and will be at the Ferry Building on Tuesdays in the meantime.
They're moving just a couple doors down from The Corner, where they will still be popping up in the meantime.
Joanne Weir is partnering with restaurateur Larry Mindel on the project.
The name comes from a 1945 Western starring Robert Mitchum.
She's actually been living in S.F. for the past three years, under the radar.
The former Ristorante Allegro space turns over anew.
2223 remains open until further notice.
The 'Top Chef' alum is getting back in the brick-and-mortar game.