It's going to be a wine bar and small plates restaurant on the ever-gentrifying Divisadero corridor.
Gung Ho, the new Korean-influenced restaurant from former Serpentine and Seoul Patch chef Eric Ehler, is now open at 680 Eighth Street (between Brannan and Townsend). Ehler's doing weekday lunch only, to start, beginning at 11:30 a.m., and the menu's...
We now have a draft menu, and some more details.
It's damn delicious, and addictive.
They're now open for lunch, Thursday to Saturday, and Saturday for dinner starting December 8.
They've been open over a month, in the former Hyde Street Bistro, but now they're ready for their close-up.
It's the first time the place has served a non-sweet pie, despite being called Pig & Pie.
He moves over from Quince and Cotogna.
'Nice job. What did you get through, 18? I think we have 29 or 30 tonight.'
The Jardiniere dinner is a pretty good deal with three courses plus pairings for $49.
It was a military prison back then, and this was a dinner for officers.
Still, he has a few complaints.
It's in the former Trader Vic's.
And we've got the menus.
The menu's suspiciously similar to sister restaurant Tin Vietnamese Cuisine.
If you haven't been to Port Costa, up along the East Bay side of the Delta, now is the time.
There will be jazz!