Also, Su Dam in Los Altos gets the Bargain Bites treatment.
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Also, Andie McDowell spotted at The Grove.
Bauer's annual update includes seventeen new and old restaurants that weren't on the list before.
Dogpatch: Gilberth's Rotisserie & Grill has just softly opened at 2427 3rd Street (at 20th), from the team behind The New Spot around the corner, serving pan-Latin fare, including rotisserie chicken, Cuban baby back ribs with a guava glaze, Argentinian-style...
Five of the ten restaurants were not, technically, new as of 2011.
Also, Sidebar wine tavern has closed.
Nojo can't figure out why out of seventeen positive reviews of their ice cream, Yelp highlights the one negative review.
Cotogna will definitely be on there, despite opening in late 2010. Locanda, probably not.
Also, Steins opens in the Richmond.
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Mr. Sens is last in line with his kind review.
Michael Bauer can't get enough of chef Gregory Dunmore's simple, inspired Japanese cuisine.
Jonathan Kauffman sounds mighty impressed with Nojo, saying that he might have skipped it were it not for chef Gregory Dunmore's resumé (which includes Ame and Terra). "Nombe, Ippuku, Chotto, Izakaya Sozai, Kasumi, and 2G Brasserie have all opened in...
Unterman reviews the latest Japanese izakaya; Bauer waxes nostalgic over SF chef greats; Janny Hu reviews The Pot Sticker.
See our slideshow of Gregory Dunmore's new Japanese place on Franklin.
See the full menu at the new yakitori from former Ame chef Gregory Dunmore.
The Cal-Japanese place will be helmed by a former chef at Ame.
Also moving into the same complex next year is Gregory Dunmore's Nojo.