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.
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And there will be a new cocktail program!
It's now sixteen to twenty courses, depending on whether you count the intermezzos.
Bayview: Limon Rotisserie is opening their much anticipated, much delayed second location in the 5800 Third Street complex this Friday, December 2. [Scoop, Earlier] Ferry Building: Prather Ranch, the sustainable meat company beloved by many a Bay Area chef, is...
Their new chef's jackets are based on a vintage French one that a Levi's designer found at the flea market.
The move is still probably six to eight months out.
Take a visual tour through the Saison menu, narrated by Japanese chef Mari Takahashi.
Kauffman Ponders the Evolution of the Pop-Up at EAT and Vinyl; Reidinger Finds Beautifull ‘Wonderful’
This week our buddy Jonathan Kauffman decides to pair up two pop-ups that have taken root in two neighborhoods, in this 2.0 or 2.5 wave of the phenomenon. First there's Vinyl up on Divis, opened by Saison wine guy Mark...
The new vintage LP-themed wine bar takes over where Cafe Divis left off.
The concept is wine plus a record player, hence the name.
The wine bar within the Stable Cafe will offer a full food menu, a la carte, which can also be enjoyed on the fireside patio.
The lower the booze, the better the food tastes, and thus Rieslings and Pinots are all the rage.
Josh Skenes' pop-up-turned-big-boy restaurant returns this evening, and will soon feature an a la carte menu.