Here’s your weekly roundup of the food sections, a little light with L.E. Leone’s absence. Enjoy.
• For as glowing as Michael Bauer’s review of Viognier sounds, it’s a bit of a mystery why he gave the San Mateo fine-dining destination two stars for service and two and a half for food. [SF Chronicle]
• Le Club to serve bistro fare, a second location for Woodhouse Fish Company, 54 Mint details, Walzwerk to expand, and Brick prepares to cocoon, in Scoop. [SF Chronicle]
• Paul Reidinger enjoyed his dramatic dinner at The Grand Pu Bah, but they might need to turn up the heat just a bit, as he found it necessary to warm his hands on the flaming chicken. [SFBG]
• Meredith Brody found much of the food at Heaven’s Dog a little disappointing, especially compared to its New York analogs, Momofuku Ssam and Noodle bars. [SF Weekly]