Estela's Sandwiches: Another beloved business returns to Haight and Fillmore after it was destroyed by fire two-and-a-half years ago. Expect lots of sandwiches (including several veggie options), fresh juices, smoothies, baked goods, and other treats. 250 Fillmore, 864-1850.
Horner's Corner: Noe Valley's latest bistro (in the space formerly known as Noe's Bar) has a New American menu that prominently features pizzas from its brick oven. It's also offering brunch right out of the gate, and its activity-filled kids menu illustrates the place's family-friendly vibe. 1199 Church, 282-4007, hornerscornersf.com.
Reveille Coffee: Known for its FiDi coffee cart and triangular North Beach cafe, this popular coffee shop now has a third home in the Castro. Along with coffee, it'll be slinging hot and cold breakfast items, inventive sandwiches and salads at lunch, and assorted flatbreads at dinner. 4076 16th. St, reveillecoffee.com.
Triple Voodoo Brewery: This roving brewery has found a new home in the Dogpatch, with industrial-chic décor and 15-16 taps featuring its own along with guest brews. Food (tapas, for now) comes courtesy of The New Spot next door. 2245 Third St., 598-8811, triplevoodoo.com.