It's a little French cafe and bistro, with an upstairs deck.
Also, Domenique Garcia is popping up at the Lookout.
It means "swing" in French, and it's a club/restaurant.
It's a spinoff of Mamacita, with a more concise menu.
It doesn't look a lot like the Betelnut menu, but there are a few things in common.
We have some pictures of the fully stocked store.
There's now a new bar and lounge in the upstairs portion of the former Spire space at 679 Third Street (between Brannan and Townsend), and it's called The Alchemist. As we mentioned late last year, via Ms. Tablehopper, the new...
Charles Phan's other new project, besides South at SFJAZZ, is also New Orleans-themed.
Also, Shorty Goldstein's, a new deli, is now open in the FiDi.
Things have been a little delayed, but both places are ready to open this week.
They specialize in savory Chinese pancakes in eleven varieties.
Also, Foundation Cafe just opened on Kearny.
The new spot just opened in the former Bushi-Tei.
There's no set menu, and they just quietly reopened last week.
It moves from the Castro to the Western Addition.
We have the breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus at this "bohemian" restaurant.
SFoodie brings us a shot of the flashy menu board.
It's a menu focused on burgers, in a French vein.
After Rosamunde, the deluge.