Turns out Falkner won't be leaving it behind after all.
Western Addition: Jeremy Tooker of Four Barrel Coffee fame is opening a large new café at 736 Divisadero (at Fulton) with a bakery in back by Josey Baker. The name is still TBD. [Josey Baker via Tablehopper] Fort Mason: Off...
See what chef Kim Alter will be doing at the upcoming Jack London Square eatery.
Kitchen-less chefs will be able to use the space for two-week pop-ups, starting sometime soon.
It's not a pop-up if it's just a once-a-week pizza night, but anyway...
EAT, for one, will move to 1152 Valencia, a.k.a. The Winemakers' Speakeasy.
Hapa Ramen's going pop-up-to-perm.
The first dinner will be October 13, outside Village Market.
They're aiming for an early 2012 opening and will be at the Ferry Building on Tuesdays in the meantime.
Might the London critics be harder to please than Michelin?
They're moving just a couple doors down from The Corner, where they will still be popping up in the meantime.
They're Chef's Night Off pop-ups are a precursor to a brick-and-mortar project we should see take shape within months.
Malave is planning a move to the Bay Area in January.
Two upcoming pop-ups on the horizon for all you underground dining fans: First off we have a pair of fried-chicken dinners and a fried-chicken brunch at Rebel (1760 Market Street) this weekend from Evan and Sarah Rich the same...
The fried chicken is reportedly "out of hand."
It's four courses for $60.
Russell Jackson is relaunching SubCulture Dining at Lafitte.
Chef Joanna Karlinsky, of Meetinghouse fame, might have closed Sweet Jo's Café at the Jewish Community Center last winter, but she's popping up anew, with her famed biscuits and chili, at The Corner (2199 Mission) for Sunday brunch where...
Also, there's a new NYT bit about him and his current likes.
Reform Club features four courses for $40.