The 'Chron' does a nice slideshow about the city's most historically intact neighborhood.
Mission: Yamo (3408 18th Street) has raised their ultra-cheap prices, to $6 a dish. Quoth Uptown Almanac, "Next thing you know, you'll be able call in an order to Yamo and they'll actually remember to make your food." [Uptown Almanac]...
Also, Place Pigalle reopens tonight.
The Bold Italic explores the 'Tenderloin Nouveau.'
Also, Rose Pistola has reopened.
Also, there's another CUESA cocktail event at the Ferry Building next week.
Oakland / Temescal: The Sacred Wheel cheese shop opened yesterday at 4935 Shattuck Avenue (at 51st), focusing on Northern California cheese and wine. [Grub Street] And don't forget Homeroom opens tomorrow at 400 40th Street. We recommend the Mexican mac....
Also, Jon's Street Eats is no more.
Also, Paul Einbund has left as wine director for Charles Phan's restaurants.
Pacific Heights: Jane, the new pastry/sandwich/coffee shop in the Bittersweet space (2123 Fillmore) next door to Citizen Cake, appears ready to open for business tomorrow Monday, February 7. [Grub Street, Earlier] Downtown/SoMa: That place Harvest & Rowe (55 2nd Street),...
Also, Lauren Kiino may be testing out some Bracina recipes at Coffee Bar this month.
Also, La Boulange brings its 10th location to Union Square.
Also, Inshou recently opened in San Mateo.
Also, Erick Castro's been popping up at the Hideout.
Also, the chefs at Oenotri just took a trip to Sicily, and came back inspired.
Civic Center/Tenderloin: Show Dogs unveils their breakfast menu on Monday morning, featuring the Sunrise ShowDog with maple bacon sausage, egg, piperade, organic cheddar, and arugula served with celery root (!) hash browns ($7.95). [Grub Street] Also, there's an update about...
Also, the Upper Haight Whole Foods is almost open!
Also, Darwin Cafe gets a new chef.
Also, Monk's Kettle has a new menu.