1760: To this restaurant on the corner of Washington and Polk, Los Angeles transplant Adam Tortosa brings a menu spanning Japanese, Spanish, and Italian. It's a more casual spot to the sister Acquerello, and menu items are meant to share, listed from lightest to heaviest. 1760 Polk, 359-1212, 1760sf.com.
Cafe Claude Marina: First there was Gitane and the first Cafe Claude downtown, now Franc LeClerc has opened up a second location in the Marina. The bar and restaurant serve traditional French bistro food, wine, beer, and low-alcohol craft cocktails. 2120 Greenwich, 375-9550, cafeclaude.com.
Champa Garden: The East Bay original has come to S.F. Menu items at the new Ingleside location include fried rice ball salad, angel wings, Lao sausage, and beef larb. Most everything costs under $10. 613 Faxon, 349-4186.
Fog City: The former Fog City Diner, an Embarcadero classic since 1985, has reopened after remodeling. The new menu from chef Bruce Hill (Zero Zero, Bix) is centered around the restaurant's wood-fired grill and oven. 1300 Battery, 982-2000
InoVino: Claudio Villani has taken on his own project by opening InoVino, an enoteca in Cole Valley. The former wine director of Perbacco has created a wine list that is organized by alpines and volcanic regions. 108 Carl.
Kain'bigan: The popular Oakland-based Filipino pop-up has a simple menu with basic Filipino fare like pork adobo or chicken afritada, a slowly simmered dish complemented in a tomato stew served over sticky rice. 2101 14th Ave., Oakland; (510) 842-8591.
Salumeria II: The Mission market and deli has opened a second location in the historic Hamm's Brewery building. Salumeria II offers a variety of Italian salumi and cheese, breakfast, lunch, and happy hour specials. The grocer also hosts a pasta program from Flower + Water. 1550 Bryant, salumeriasf.com.