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The Cos seems to like Nopa. It's his second time there, that we're aware of.
We've got some tips for places with and without reservations, but in a few cases the news still isn't that great.
He was just doing a couple shows at The Independent, you know...
Also, Nopa's closed tonight for their holiday party.
Also, Sean Penn met with those hikers who were detained in Iran at his favorite hangout, Tosca.
His list: Boulette's Larder, Camino, Cotogna, Nopa, and SPQR.
They go to To Hyang and then for burgers at Nopa.
The new spot will open in the fall in the former Bistro 9 space at 9th and Lincoln.
"The people who work there act like you showing up is basically a joke that you're playing on yourself, and this appeals to their sense of French Relativism, which is like irony only thinner."
"Its appeal suddenly makes perfect sense once you realize Nopa, a restaurant everyone was talking about two years ago, is directly across the street from a Popeye's Chicken." Curbed contributor Andrew Dalton, in regard to his neighborhood, Divisadero and...
Citizen's Band, Prospect, Nopa, and B-Cubed are all serving new brunches.
Also, The Brick Yard is facing flack for noise in Cow Hollow.
There will always be VIPs who get tables faster than you.
The international travel mag blesses NYC and S.F. restaurants in a new listicle, but ignores all other American cities.
El Rincon is forced to close after an incident outside the club on Friday, Spice Kit is due next week in SoMa, and more...
Nopa's renowned barman is becoming a rep for Japanese whiskey.
The annual Best of SF issue is always a pleasurable compendium of praise.
People still love their vodka, but many local bartenders have been trying mightily to make them stop.