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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Red Vic to Become Marketplace, Another Burger Place, and Nightlife Additions

Posted By on Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 4:10 PM


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

While we'll always miss the Haight's Red Vic Movie House, we're excited about the recent developments for the space. Earlier we mentioned that the Alembic was poised to take over part of the lobby space, and now Tablehopper reports the remaining space may resemble a 331 Cortland style of market for start-up foodie businesses that aren't ready to make the jump to their own brick-and-mortar.

And they just keep coming: Pearl's Deluxe Burgers' mid-Market location opened its doors at 11 a.m. today (1001 Market at Sixth St.).

A couple new additions are slated to hit the City nightlife scene. Plans for a bar/club/restaurant are unfolding for a SOMA space that housed the former Club Hide. Grub Street says the owner of The Cafe, Tom Hutachinda, is planning a 150+ seat restaurant, with a rooftop patio above and a entertainment space below. Also, Grub Street unwraps the news that Monarch is still on track to start serving cocktails and playing tunes in its SOMA space by mid-November.

And over in the Mission the second location of Dell Uva is well into the construction process. Eater SF shares the new sign is already hanging above the door. No opening date as of yet.

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