The new bowling alley will open next year in an old warehouse on 17th.
The sous chef turned pop-up chef is going brick-and-mortar in downtown Healdsburg come July.
See the full draft menu, subject to change.
And a certain Sunset district Pizza Hut will be shuttering to make way.
The folks behind Green Chile Kitchen and Chile Pies & Ice Cream are expanding to Church Street.
The New Orleans-inspired restaurant in the former Citizen Cake space is on schedule.
Gary Rulli and co. have their sites set on the Sees Candies shop on the west end of the Square.
Original SoupMan, the chain owned by the man who inspired the Soup Nazi, is set to open in late May.
Also, Schweet Box, the cereal restaurant, has closed.
Mission: Tartine's new bread and sandwich shop, next door to Bar Tartine, is aiming to open at least the front lounge and counter portion by early May, providing over-flow space for the restaurant at night and perhaps (!) selling bread...
As was rumored, the historic Tenderloin restaurant will relocate to North Beach.
Two Sisters Bar and Books is moving in.
Also, Pasion is doing some swell cocktails.
You'll recall that Lunch Geek recently relocated across the street, so that flatiron-shaped spot (1400 Market Street) at the intersection of Market, Fell and Polk is in play. Today we find an application going in for a beer and wine...
On its way to Pier 45 is the San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Sustainable Seafood Market, a first-of-its-kind online-based wholesale seafood market that will later expand into a regular retail trade, offering only locally caught seafood that has the Seafood Watch...
In addition to banh mi, they've got salad rolls, and rice bowls.
Also, there's a Japan benefit at the Burritt Room April 5 featuring Japanese whiskey.
The Memphis style BBQ is pretty much takeout-only.
Tyler Florence, Cat Cora, Napa Farms Market, oh my!