No clear word on a reopening date, or whether they actually remodeled this time.
Is this place endangered?
The shared meat thing wasn't catching on, so they're morphing into a full-time noodle bar.
Also, Bushi-Tei has a new bar menu.
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.
The beer-centric eatery will get a classed up wine selection shortly.
Also, Wayfare Tavern is starting Saturday lunch.
The whole six-winery thing didn't go over so well.
The "menu of logic" is going out the window.
The group that owns the Stinking Rose has taken over.
The renewed focus on wine tasting will include weekly/monthly events with featured wineries.
They'll reopen promptly on April 4 at 5:30 p.m.
Bottega's added a new private dining area and a new pasta kitchen; Coi is expanding their dining room and doing away with the lounge menu.
They've cut staff and phased out some specials, but they're still chugging along.
The 'winemaker's speakeasy' in the Mission became kind of a burger-and-beer destination, and they want to get back to the wine.
They're now doing some "Chinese" BBQ dishes.
See the whole new menu, as of last night.
Tres has a larger bar, and an even larger tequila "book" than before.
See the new, more ambitious menu from recently hired chef Adam Dulye.
The menu now has seven new seasonal sandwiches and six new salads.