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Friday, August 19, 2011

Six New Places to Eat, and More on Their Way

Posted By on Fri, Aug 19, 2011 at 5:22 PM


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

The end of the week brings the tally of new eateries to six: Inside Scoop reports SOMA Restaurant & Bar (in the former Little Joe's space) opens today (85 Fifth St. at Mission), joining the list of recent additions: Little Vine (1541 Grant at Filbert), Lite Bite, and as we mentioned earlier, Giordano Bros. (3108 16th St. at Valencia), Chile Pies Sweet & Savory (314 Church at 15th St.), and the latest branch of Chipotle (1523 Sloat at Everglade).

Early next month will see the opening of North Beach's Park Tavern (1652 Stockton at Filbert). Grub Street reports the restaurant slated for the old Moose's place is aiming to start serving on Sept. 1. Also via Grub Street, Café Claude will open its next location in Cow Hollow (2120 Greenwich at Fillmore). This second location will mark Franck LeClerc's fourth restaurant stake in S.F. He also owns Gitane, and the still-pending Claudine (401 Bush at Kearny).

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