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Friday, December 10, 2010

Lers Ros Coming to Hayes Valley, Reveille Coffee to Wake Up the FiDi

Posted By on Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 8:23 AM

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​The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene.

Inside Scoop leads the day's stories with the news that San Francisco's most lauded Thai restaurant, Lers Ros, just signed the lease on a space in Hayes Valley (307 Hayes, at Franklin). Projected to open around May or June, the restaurant's second location will be in the same building as an izakaya named Nojo and a fourth location of The Grove. The latter will be the first to open ― within a few weeks, sayeth the Scoop.

Remember the espresso carts that parked on every corner in the pre-Starbucks era, then faded away? Thanks to the street-food movement, they're returning. Eater SF brings word of a new coffee truck, Réveille Coffee Company (reveillecoffee.com), which begins parking on the corner of Pacific and Sansome on Monday. It will stay at that spot throughout the day, Monday through Friday. The pitch: Four Barrel beans, pastries from Pâtisserie Philippe.


Lastly, two bits of gossip that Grub Street passed on yesterday:

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