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Recent Openers March 26-April 2, 2014 

Wednesday, Mar 26 2014

Barrel Head Brewhouse: NoPa has a new neighborhood hang that's not, uh, NoPa in this new brewhouse and restaurant from the folks behind Dear Mom and Thieves Tavern. Brewery won't be fired up for a few weeks, but there's bar food, 35 taps, a cocktail program, and two levels to accommodate the certain-to-come UCSF crowds. 1785 Fulton,

The Coachman: Local celeb chef Charles Phan (The Slanted Door, Hard Water, Vietnamese Home Cooking) surprises everyone by trying his hand at British food. Menu options include fried smelt, bone marrow with snails, prime rib with Yorkshire pudding, and skate wing with brown butter and capers. 1148 Mission, 831-1701,

Horner's Corner: Noe Valley's latest bistro (in the space formerly known as Noe's Bar) has a New American menu that prominently features pizzas from its brick oven. It's also offering brunch right out of the gate, and its activity-filled kids menu illustrates the place's family-friendly vibe. 1199 Church, 282-4007,

Humphry Slocombe: The ice creamery's new outpost in the Ferry Building across from Blue Bottle means that tourists don't have to brave the wilds of the Mission for inventive flavors. Don't miss Secret Breakfast (it involves corn flakes, bourbon, and a lot of deliciousness). 1 Ferry Building, 550-6971,

Kin Khao: Union Square's new Thai restaurant has a menu that goes way beyond pad Thai. The menu, from Bangkok-born food writer and chef Pim Techamuanvivit, covers lesser-known specialties like sour curry and rice noodles with Dungeness crab. Cocktails come from the Bon Vivants (Trick Dog). 55 Cyril Magnin, 362-7456,

Terra Cotta Warrior: S.F.'s third restaurant featuring the cuisine of the Chinese province Xi'an has moved into the Sunset. Expect hand-pulled noodles, plenty of lamb, and soupy dishes with broken flatbread instead of noodles. 2555 Judah.

Trou Normand: Brandy is the theme, and the inspiration for the name, at this new FiDi restaurant and bar from the folks behind Bar Agricole. Charcuterie features prominently. 140 New Montgomery.

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