Also, there'll be a little Morocco thrown in.
Incidentally, the same space was once a legendary punk venue called The Deaf Club.
Also, Cafe Rouge butcher Scott Brennan is starting a charcuterie business called Fifth Quarter.
Capri's replacement, Canela, can now move in any day.
The new nightclub is aiming for a June 25 opening.
Also, Rudy's Can't Fail Cafe just opened next to the Fox Theater in Oakland.
The unnamed replacement for the 50-year-old diner is on deck.
Valencia Street gets another wine bar where another one recently shuttered.
Also, Baker & Banker just launched brunch on Sunday.
Next up at the cargo container development is Suppenkuche's al fresco offshoot.
The New Orleans spinoff of Absinthe to open after a few delays.
Western Addition/Divis: Bi-Rite's second store at 550 Divisidero, which was announced a full year ago, has now been pushed back from Fall 2011 to early 2012. Sorry, Pacific Heights/Haight/etc. You must wait. [Haighteration] SoMa: Moya, the Ethiopian restaurant damaged in...
Chefs Dave Varley and David Bazirgan let us into their kitchens for a little fun.
The former Martini House chef's new project is on deck in a couple weeks.
In a few weeks time, the venerable old Italian place will make yet another move.
Also, there's some activity at the Tazza d'Amore space in the Castro.
The pop-up chef's brick-and-mortar operation is aiming for late summer.
Matt Sullivan will stay at Blue Plate a few more weeks before moving on.
See our slideshow of the new Basque restaurant in the former Enrico's in North Beach.
No clear word on a reopening date, or whether they actually remodeled this time.