Has the Food Network chef found a space for his next major project?
It's the first Sunday funday event at the place since 2011.
There's no set menu, and they just quietly reopened last week.
It moves from the Castro to the Western Addition.
The business will overtake a shuttered sub shop under Henry's head chef Omar Vega.
The plan is only to go dark for a one-week remodel.
The hotel is keeping the restaurant's elegant look but embracing a new steakhouse concept.
Little Saigon's Turtle Tower is moving, but still staying in the hood.
The restaurant took on more than five feet of the Hudson River during Sandy.
This Bell-based casita is now more reminiscent of a hacienda in Jalisco.
The former Il Covo has been illuminated and expanded to provide a recharged energy for Suzanne Goin's modern classic.
The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong's kitchen.
See our slideshow of the new, somewhat similarly decorated digs.
New additions include family-style plates, seasonal cocktails, and a garden of edible plants and herbs.
It will be feted with a parade up Powell, over Nob Hill.
Tim Carey, chef at the owner's Papilles, is overseeing dishes like pork shoulder garbure and baked eggs en cocotte.
The old speakeasy has a few new opponents.
Also, the Town Hall guys are out of Corners Tavern.
After a two-month hiatus and a move down to SoMa, chef Joshua Skenes and partner Mark Bright bring Saison back to life in high style.