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Recent Openers Januar 22-28, 2015 

Wednesday, Jan 21 2015
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A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a place, e-mail fresheats@sfweekly.com.

Ad Lib: While The French Laundry undergoes a remodel, Chef Thomas Keller and team are popping up at Napa's Silverado Resort and Spa. The menu is "classic American dishes" like tableside Caesar salad and steak tartare, root vegetable pot pie, and braised beef short rib Wellington. 1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa, (707) 257-0200, silveradoresort.com

Californios: The new contemporary Mexican restaurant in the Mission from Sons & Daughters alum Val Cantu is tasting menu only. The seven-course meal will set you back $57 with optional $35 bev pairing, and here's the kicker: You don't see the menu until it's all over (accommodations can be made for vegetarians). 3115 22nd St., 757-0994, californiossf.com

KobeQ: The Inner Richmond gets another Korean barbecue place, this one from the team behind izakaya Kaiju Eats. The eclectic menu also features ginseng chicken, ramen, and fried rice with Kobe beef. 4116 Geary, 702-6695

Neighbor Bakehouse: Brick-and-mortar from Tartine and Spruce pastry alum Greg Mindel serves up baked goods like a pistachio blackberry twice-baked croissant and Valrona chocolate claw to hungry Dogpatch residents and commuters. Mindel will also be selling bread for the first time. 2343 Third St., neighborsf.com

The Progress: The long-anticipated second restaurant from State Bird Provisions chefs/owners Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski has finally arrived. The menu is all family-style meals in various configurations of courses. Good luck getting a reservation (the bar is open for walk-ins). 1525 Fillmore, 673-1294, theprogress-sf.com

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