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Friday, August 20, 2010

Bar Adagio Opens After a Caesura, Cat Cora Queues Up to Make an SFO Entrance

Posted By on Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 11:11 AM

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​The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the

San Francisco restaurant scene.

Carolyn A. at Eater SF reports that the Adagio Hotel, which shut down Cortez a while back, has replaced the restaurant with Bar Adagio (550 Geary, 775-5000, website). The pitch: More casual menu, but the same monthly cocktail classes on the second Thursday of the month.

Paolo L. at Inside Scoop shares more details about two new tenants of SFO's terminal 2, slated to open in Spring 2011. First was a branch of Pinkberry, the L.A.-based chain that started the Korean froyo fad that already seems to be fading. Now it's Cat Cora's Que, a BBQ stand from the Bay Area's own Iron Chef.

Thrillist discovers a new Bay Area caterer, Cannabis Catering (which only has a Facebook page).

Thrillist expresses shock and awe about the possibility of high-end

420 food. SFoodie is only shocked that dessert involves a chocolate

fountain.

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