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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Tacobar Opens Tomorrow in Pac Heights. Finally

Posted By on Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 1:40 PM

click to enlarge Jack Schwartz, readying for tomorrow's launch. - JOHN BIRDSALL
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  • Jack Schwartz, readying for tomorrow's launch.
After a couple of false alarms, looks like Upper Fillmore's Tacobar will finally manage to open its doors for lunch tomorrow. A sign posted in the window of the former La Salsa franchise at California and Fillmore cited equipment issues and staff training.

Inside, chef/owner Jack Schwartz (we last wrote about him in the context of La Calaca Loca in Oakland's Temescal 'hood) was barking orders in Spanish at the assembled staff. Schwartz says that, for Tacobar's first week anyway, it'll be a lunch-only operation. The menu skews upscale taqueria: tacos (duh), "burros" (burritos minus the diminutive ending), and quesadillas. Despite a name that sounds more Manhattan than Mexico City, Schwartz grew up in the Mexican capital. Ergo, Tacobar's interesting touches, like his esquites, corn cooked with epazote, served with crema and cotija cheese. We'll see if the staff is ready, at long last, to pull it off.

Opening for lunch tomorrow:

Tacobar 2401 California (at Fillmore), 674-7745 or 674-7769

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