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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Wooly Pig Sheds Its Window Paper, Tikka Masala Haight Reopens

Posted By on Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 7:33 AM

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

Remember Wooly Pig Cafe (205 Hugo, at Second Ave.), that papered-over space in the Inner Sunset that SFoodie spotted a few months ago? It opened this weekend serving sandwiches, salads, and in the future, brunch. Claudine Co tweeted a photo of the owners' welcome-to-the-neighborhood letter.

Also spotted on our way to work: the post-renovation reopening of the Haight Street Tikka Masala (1668 Haight, 626-1576, tikkamasalasf.com). The pitch: Pakistani and Americanized Indian food.

According to Eater, the owner of the future Flying Pig (not to be confused with Wooly Pig) wants to open Bang Sushi and Oyster Bar next door at 427 S. Van Ness.

And Grub Street reports that Bar Agricole has begun serving Four Barrel coffee and pastries on weekday mornings.

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