Neighborhood Watch

Korean Fusion on Lombard; Jubili Shutters; Pizza Woes

Photo: Photo: Brian Smeets/Grub Street

North Beach: Grant Avenue is home to a new specialty foods shop opening next Tuesday as announced by Eater. Little Vine will serve sandwiches, coffee and bagels, while husband-wife owners, Melissa Gugni and Jay Esopenko (of Drink Cocktail Catering), stock the shelves with salumi, cheeses, organic meats, seasonal produce and, in a nice twist, cocktail supplies. [Eater SF]

Marina: On Lombard, Aato debuts per Inside Scoop serving “Korean fusion”, and according to Yelp, brunch with the likes of short ribs and Korean-style hash browns. [Scoop, Yelp]

Japantown: As reported today by Tablehopper, it appears that Jubili, the frozen yogurt/cupcake/cereal shop on Fillmore Street, has gone dark. No official confirmation yet but according to her tipster, the place looks “cleaned out-ish.” [Tablehopper]

Bernal Heights: Per Bernalwood, it seems a property listing was just posted for the space that currently houses Pizza Express. This afternoon, Eater confirms the space is for sale. [Bernalwood, Eater SF]

Cow Hollow: Eater reports there’s a “now available” sign in the neighboring space that was going to house Pizza Orgasmica’s build-out, leading to the conclusion that expansion is no longer happening. [Eater SF]

Greenbrae: Inside Scoop reports on the chef shuffles at Bistro Vis a Vis. The new chef is Daniel Guerrini who some may remember from his nearly 10 years at Eos in Cole Valley. [Scoop]

Korean Fusion on Lombard; Jubili Shutters; Pizza Woes