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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Midi Packing It Up, Decantr Getting Ready to Pour

Posted By on Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 11:20 AM

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The past 72 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene.

The departure in September of chef Michelle Mah was a forewarning: Midi (185 Sutter), Inside Scoop's Paolo L. writes, is reconcepting under a new leaseholder for the space inside the Galleria Park Hotel. Globe guy Joseph Manzare will finally launch Hecho, Manzare's long-promised mix of sushi and tequila that sounds like the menu for the Katy Perry-Russell Brand wedding. Might be open by mid-February. Or not

Eater's Carolyn A. drops the menu for Decantr, Joshua Skenes' consonant-heavy wine bar at Stable Café (2128 Folsom, saisonsf.com), launching adjacent to four-starry Saison next week. Also: You'll be able to order a la carte from Saison's debit-card punishing tasting menus ― but only if you sit outside on the terrace. So there.

And Tablehopper Marcia G. reports on the imminent demise of the Inner Sunset branch of sub shop Toasties (836 Irving, toastiesubs.com), to be replaced by a place called Crawfish Station. Is S.F. poised for an expansion of the Vietnamese-Cajun crawfish trend Jonathan Kauffman clocked back in June?

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