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Friday, June 17, 2011

Dottie's Is Moving; 331 Cortland's New Addition

Posted By on Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 5:00 PM

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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.

The breakfast line at Dottie's True Blue Cafe is moving to a new location. The Tender reports the "Home of the Infinite Line" is leaving its current space due to a rent increase. The owners haven't decided on a new spot yet, so no telling where the hungry masses will be congregating next.

This one is for the kids: The Feast reports Big Dipper Baby Food is the latest addition to Bernal Heights' 331 Cortland (at Bennington). Celebrating its grand opening tomorrow, the organic baby and toddler food company will toast the occasion with juice for the youngsters and mimosas for the adults.

Eater SF shares a couple of openers: In the East Bay, Phil's Sliders, serving miniburgers made from Marin Sun Farms beef, opened for a few lunch hours today before officially launching tomorrow (2024 Shattuck at University). While no one is sure if Castro's Cafe Sophie, which took over the former Tazza D'Amore space, opened as planned. Mum's the word.

And the curtain will fall on Kitty's at the end of July. Eater SF reports the impending closure of Emeryville's Kitty's is because it lost its cabaret licenses. Maybe this has something to do with the 180-person bar fight earlier this year? There are no plans to reopen, as the owner has decided to move to Brazil.

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