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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Boozing at Mollie Stone's and Tequila on Tap

Posted By on Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 4:50 PM

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

There's nothing like wine tasting while shopping for produce; no wonder the "instructional tasting" license is getting popular. Grub Street shares that the new Mollie Stone's, which replaced DeLano's at 420118th St. at Collingwood, recently received the permit from the ABC.

New chef: Inside Scoop shares Zero Zero has a new chef de cuisine, Colin Dewey. This isn't the first time Dewey has worked with executive chef Bruce Hill; he was the sous chef at Hill's Bix.

It's not just tacos, but tequila too. Tablehopper shares an update on the second brick-and-mortar location of Tacolicious (741 Valencia at 19th St.). It's still in the construction phase, but what's being built adjacent to the taco shop will have margarita fans rejoicing: the small Tequila bar Mosto plans to have some Tequilas on tap. No word yet on an opening date.

Hot, cold, and fried chicken: Tablehopper shares the menu from the pending Chubby Noodle will be precisely that. The pop-up inside Amante will be there during dinner from Tue.-Sat. starting Sept 9.

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