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Friday, August 6, 2010

Dining Room Porn at Benu and B³, Salami and Danish in Oakland, Food 411 for TyFlo

Posted By on Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 11:14 AM

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​The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the

San Francisco restaurant scene.

Grub Street's Jay B. posts another signature pre-open walk-through slide show (exclusive!), this time for Benu, opening next Tuesday. You can almost taste the neutral color scheme, in shades of $$$. Oh, and before you put that browser away, click through the serene emptiness of just-opened . It'll be the last time you see it free of bros.

P. Lucchesi (Inside Scoop) sniffs out salumi in Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood, next to A Coté. The former Citron space is morphing into Enoteca Molinari (5474 College, enoteca-molinari.com/). The pitch: Italian small plates, no lack of wine. Now where have we heard that before?

Scoop keeps it Oaklandish. When older-than-dirt bakery Neldam's closed a few weeks back, it seemed like cherry-custard Danish had disappeared forever from Telegraph Avenue. Not so, reports P.L.: A group of Neldam's workers has formed a co-op with the landlord to open A Taste of Denmark in the same space (3401 Telegraph). Could be open as soon as two weeks from now.

And Eater's Carolyn A. spends an hour scrolling through a pro-am collection of early(-ish) reviews of TyFlo's Wayfare Tavern. Oops, missed a small one.

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