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Recent Openers June 4-10, 2014 

Wednesday, Jun 4 2014
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Bartlett Hall: Union Square gets yet another brewpub, this one from the folks behind Maverick. They bring with them their famous butter burger, along with a menu of updated pub grub and classic cocktails with a twist. 242 O'Farrell, 433-4332, bartletthallsf.com.

Loving Cup: This shop devoted to rice pudding and frozen yogurt seems like it will fit right into Hayes Valley. Expect eight rotating flavors of rice pudding, hand-churned frozen yogurt, and more sweet treats. 535 Octavia, 701-0091, lovingcupsf.com.

Palm House: The former Netti's Crab Shack space has been transformed into a Caribbean restaurant with a breezy, tropical theme. The consulting chef is Gayle Pirie of Foreign Cinema, and there's a machine that makes frozen daiquiris in flavors like prickly pear. 2032 Union, 400-4355, palmhousesf.com.

Red Dog: New SOMA spot from Il Cane Rosso's Lauren Kiino has a casual, all-day menu as well as a full bar for the post-work tech crowd. Yes, her famous warm egg salad sandwich and deviled-ham Scotch egg are on the menu. 303 Second St. Plaza, 692-0211, reddogrestaurant.com.

Ume: Plum in Oakland has been transformed into Ume, a Japanese-inspired restaurant with Brett Cooper (most recently of Outerlands) at the helm. Daniel Patterson, who owns the joint, says Cooper will stay for a few months before he opens a new spot with the restaurant group in the city. 2214 Broadway, Oakland, (510) 444-7586, umeoakland.com.

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