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Monday, October 17, 2011

The Grill Replaces Hot Pot, and Pours from Chateau Montelena and the Hidden Vine

Posted By on Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 4:00 PM

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

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This weekend we noticed the sign went up for Coriya Hot Pot City's replacement: The Grill (852 Clement at 10th Ave.). No word yet on an opening date -- or if you'll still be able to cook at the table (darn those covered windows).

Visiting food truck: Off the Grid North Berkeley will resume rolling in guest trucks to the Gourmet Ghetto every Wednesday night. Brick-and-mortars will continue to rotate through the guest spot. This week Lush Gelato will be serving scoops.

You can now swirl, sniff, and sip inside the Westin St. Francis. Grub Street divulges the Napa winery Chateau Montelena has opened its first S.F. tasting room next to the lobby.

Continuing with pours and flights, Eater SF unveils a sneak peek inside Hidden Vine, (re)opening tomorrow in its expanded space (408 Merchant at Battery). Bring on the bocce ball!

Everything goes: Inside Scoop reports the pizzeria Pulcinella shuttered after two years, and sold off everything (from dishware to chairs). As of today the sale is over and the doors are closed. Ciao.

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