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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Parada 22's Pop-Up Brunch, Evelyn Lee's Love Life, and Little Joe's Is Gone (Again)

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

If you're a fan of Boogaloos's brunch -- but not so much of the wait -- then consider heading to Philip Bellber's other restaurant: Parada 22. The team behind the Haight restaurant shares that they'll be serving as a permanent brunch pop-up of Boogaloos on Sat.-Sun. mornings from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. While it won't be the complete menu of the Mission restaurant, most items will be present. We're sure it won't be long until the pop-up has its own brunch line.

This bar needs a nickname: Grub Street discovers the Unresolved Love Life of Evelyn Lee is open in the old Mission Hill Saloon (491 Potrero at 17th St.). According to Mission Mission, the new bar, from the owners of Dear Mom, was named after the owners' friend. Evelyn's life must be interesting.

With its fourth move marking a return to Polk Gulch, we though Tajine was set for a full-on comeback. But alas, Inside Scoop breaks the news Mohammed Ghaleb has shuttered his Moroccan restaurant -- and this time it's for good.

Will Little Joe's reappear? Inside Scoop reports the brick-and-mortar restaurant, that's moved through various neighborhoods over the years, has left its latest location in the ever-fickle, mid-market region of SOMA. We'll be on the lookout for the Italian-American restaurant's reemergence.

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