The L.A. chain is about to take S.F. by storm.
The spillover area is just the beginning of a remodel that will continue through the fall.
The Basque tapas place from the Naked Lunch team is set for late May, and we have the menu, via Eater.
The models-and-bottles joint is building an empire.
The Jack London restaurant, two years in the works, won't be called Bracina, but will finally open this fall.
The menu's basically just like Naan N Curry.
Origen will open soon at the "fickle" spot.
It's the loss of another queer space, and we're guessing somebody's going to be upset.
A new piece in the Ti Couz shutter puzzle.
At this point CEO Jeremy Stoppelman thinks the company's going to get its best valuation from the public market.
They go before Planning tomorrow, so we're guessing their opening is still a good four to six months out.
The Maiden Lane location fell through.
The restaurant is closed for some remodeling, the possible removal of a wall, and reinforcing the floor to prepare for an enormous new bread oven.
And a certain Sunset district Pizza Hut will be shuttering to make way.
Also, Wayfare Tavern is starting Saturday lunch.
The folks behind Green Chile Kitchen and Chile Pies & Ice Cream are expanding to Church Street.
The owner of The Republic won't comment on any plans to relocate the Tonga Room.
The new taqueria from the Flora/Dona Tomas folks is across from the Fox.