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Friday, September 30, 2011

Ken Ken Ramen Sets Up Shop, Three Twins Displaced from Fire, and Umami Burger's Menu

Posted By on Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 4:40 PM


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

The popular pop-up Ken Ken Ramen is moving in to its own brick-and-mortar. Grub Street reports they're setting roots in the Mission at a commercial space that they'll have to transform into a restaurant. But they'll be in pop-up company; their new space is located near the Corner.

The fire that raged through a Haight building earlier this week, displaced residents, a Walgreens, and Three Twins Ice Cream. Inside Scoop shares, via a tweet, that it'll be a few weeks before they're back to business as usual.

Goeth and cometh: The Tender shares the Vietnamese restaurant, Sao Bien, is open, some may recall it replaced another Vietnamese restaurant, Vietnam Too (701 Larkin at Ellis).

And because the City can't get enough burgers, the Feast shares a sneak peek at Umami Burger's menu set to debut at their Oct. 7 opening in Cow Hollow.

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