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It's a beer and burger spot from the owners of Alameda's Hobnob.
It's a mini-chain that originated in New York, from a couple of Seattle natives.
It's a neighborhood bar in the former Solstice space.
The much anticipated first restaurant in S.F. -- and first Spanish restaurant -- for the Italian chef has arrived.
It's the latest project from Chop Bar's Chris Pastena, in the base of the Tribune Tower.
It's the replacement for the Rrazz Room.
Last month we talked about the coming of Flour + Co. to a space at 1030 Hyde Street, and this week marks their official opening. As promised, the baked goods developed by former La Boulange director of operations Emily...
The new Sri Lankan-inspired restaurant from Brian Fernando makes its debut after a bunch of delays.
It's called Hot Heat Sauce Shop, and it opens Saturday.
It's Sri Lankan-inspired, and ready to open any day.
It has a menu from the chef at Per Diem, and some noir-ish touches.
There are 30 beers on tap, with a focus on West Coast breweries.
Also, a couple new chefs arrive at Parallel 37 from Chicago.
It's a wine bar, and then some.
They've got a Chez Panisse Cafe alum at the helm, doing seasonal salads and sandwiches in a fast-casual vein.
It's been two years in the making, and constructing.
It could be softly open by this weekend.
Also, a chef shuffle already at Campo Pizzeria.
It's been defunct since 2011, but comes alive again.