The North Beach-based sandwich shop's second location, in the former Ti Couz, could be open any day now.
The former Meadowood and Murray Circle chef reveals more about his plans.
Mission: As part of their Noodle Lab series, 18 Reasons is doing a hand-pulled Chinese noodle class tonight at 7 p.m. Admission is $35. [Feast] Noe Valley: Omnivore Books just got their copies of the Mission Street Food book. And...
It's going to be a more traditional izakaya than Nojo, and might open by October.
The bar's got two indoor bocce courts, and it's near the Fox.
The bar takes its name from the painted words revealed on the building's old facade.
The new lounge doesn't yet have a name.
They're aiming to open by September.
The building is the same one that houses Cask, their liquor store.
The much loved sandwich kitchen is going brick and mortar.
The menu is French-inspired but pubby.
Well, now we know what's happening to the shuttered Fuzio.
The new bar, taking over El Rincon, does not yet appear to have a name, but we're guessing "Thieves" might be involved.
They're aiming for a late-August opening.
The restaurant with the patio between 18th and 19th is getting some new owners.
Also, Joshuya Brasserie is replacing Joshu-ya Sushi Bar in Berkeley.
It opens Wednesday at Taylor and O'Farrell.
This means that Johnny Rockets on Chestnut is not long for this world.
The official opening date is July 27, 2011.
The layout will be similar to the old Slanted Door, but with a bar up at the front.