Neighborhood Watch

Memphis Minnie’s Rings in Twelve Years; Blue Front Updates Its Menu; and More

Lower Haight: Memphis Minnie’s (576 Haight Street) is celebrating twelve years tomorrow by rolling back prices to the year 2000. Also, owner Bob Kantor can’t believe there’s still so little good BBQ around here. [Haighteration]
Upper Haight: The Blue Front Café (1430 Haight Street) just updated its menu, primarily on the breakfast end of things. [Uppercasing]
Union Square: Fans of Check Please! host Leslie Sbrocco, of which we are one, should know that she’s pouring wine on Wednesday for the opening of Watch Station, a new watch store, at the Westfield, and they’ll be doing a watch giveaway too. [Grub Street]
Mission: La Rondalla (Valencia and 20th), which still hasn’t reopened despite some promises earlier this year, is now applying for a permit for live music. [Grub Street]
San Anselmo: FlourCraft Bakery, Marin’s first gluten-free bakery, is aiming to open by late October. [Eater]

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