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  1. SF Ippudo Is Ready to Open the Ramen FloodgatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | Eater

    Frenzy-inducing ramen chain Ippudo is ready to open its eagerly-awaited SF location, announcing soft opening hours that start this weekend and a grand opening scheduled for January 28. The new home of Ippudo's famous 18-hour tonkotsu broth is at 18 Yerba Buena Lane just off Market Street. First up is a limited, lunch-only menu served from January 20th to 23rd, then a limited dinner-only menu from the 25th to the 27th.

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  2. San Francisco's 14 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings of 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 18 | Eater

    Though 2017 included plenty of closures, San Francisco saw some big openings along the way, from China Live to Villon and International Smoke . Now 2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for restaurants in the Bay Area, bringing new restaurants from big names like Dominique Crenn and Joshua Skenes, and up-and-comers alike.

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  3. Tartine Team Plans an Outpost in Union Square's Hotel GRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Eater

    Tartine Bakery has spawned many projects since it opened, including Tartine Manufactories in SF and LA , and bakeries in Seoul . Now, its owners have their eye on a potential a cafe in Union Square's Hotel G, in the former location of 398 Brasserie - plans that have taken a drastically different direction than what the Tartine team originally had in mind.

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  4. International Smoke Invites a Diversity of Opinions From CriticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Eater

    As a marriage of two strong personal brands, Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina's International Smoke was bound to draw a diverse crowd of social media superfans, discerning diners, and - of course - food critics. While doing her due diligence for this week's one-star review , Eater SF 's own Rachel Levin discovered how easy it is to embrace Curry's "warm and smart and real" personality, but the ambitiously broad menu "played more like a muted, Epcot imitation fit more for an Anywhere USA mall than a sophisticated food city" like San Francisco.

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  5. Inside Botellon, a Sleek New Castro HangoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 17 | Eater

    BotellA3n , a new Castro cocktail bar and restaurant at the flatiron corner of Market and 15th Streets, is ready to host the kinds of informal gatherings for which it's named. El BotellA3n, literally meaning "big bottle," is the Spanish habit of communal street drinking - but at this BotelllA3n, it's probably best to keep the party inside the chic new space, which was designed by the firm Architecture + Light, than to bring the party outside onto Market Street.

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  6. Tadich Grill's D.C. Spinoff Closes Amid Feud With Original LocationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Eater

    The Washington, D.C. Tadich Grill - a 2015-opened branch of the San Francisco dining institution - has lasted not quite so long as its more than 150-year-old sibling. Eater D.C. reports that the 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue Tadich Grill location has closed amid a lawsuit and countersuit between its operator, Icon, Inc. and the owners of the original Tadich Grill, the Buich family.

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  7. Where to Eat and Drink in Bayview-Hunters PointRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Eater

    It's impossible to ignore the incredible feeling of community in Bayview-Hunters Point. A respite from triple-digit tasting menus and precious cocktail bars, this is a neighborhood where warehouses are being turned into breweries and distilleries adorned with murals from local artists; restaurants are community centers playing host to regular gatherings and events; and businesses work together to create one of the most unique, dynamic neighborhoods in San Francisco.

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  8. Four Barrel Coffee Settles Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Out of CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | Eater

    San Francisco specialty coffee company Four Barrel has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by former employees earlier this month. Larry Organ, a civil rights attorney representing the former employees, tells Eater SF that "the matter has been resolved," though he is unable to discuss the terms of the settlement.

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  9. Inside Alta's Transformation Into a Chill Island Hangout and Community HubRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Eater

    Those familiar with the San Francisco food scene already know the ups and downs that have hit the mid-Market corridor. Now Alta, one of the restaurants that has continued to thrive there, has closed as chef/owner Daniel Patterson plans to open a new version down the street in the bottom of the forthcoming Yotel hotel.

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  10. 13 Exciting Spanish Restaurants in San Francisco and the East BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | Eater

    Spanish cuisine in the Bay Area isn't a trend so much as a movement. Since the early '90s, Missionites have been lining up for tapas and sangria at Picaro, while their Russian Hill counterparts have packed into Zarzuela for paella and the restaurant's namesake seafood stew.

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  11. Joe Biden Went to Ayesha Curry's BBQ Restaurant and Only Got Ice CreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 | Eater

    Joe Biden 's well-documented love of ice cream doesn't appear to have faded a bit. The former vice president, who was in San Francisco promoting his new book with a talk at the JCC, indulged in his chosen vice at International Smoke , a new barbecue restaurant from celebrity chef Ayesha Curry and restaurateur Michael Mina .

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  12. Bauer's Four Star Favorite Holds Up After Four Star RemodelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 10 | Eater

    The parts of Thomas Keller's restaurant empire that aren't in Yountville, California may have lost some of their four-star sheen over the past few years, but Michael Bauer is confident that Keller's flagship is only getting better with age . Eater National 's Monica Burton has all the context on Bauer's enduring love affair with Keller and TFL .

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  13. Here's The All-Day Menu for Mersea, Washing Up on Treasure Island This FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 10 | Eater

    Treasure Island, currently undergoing a transformative redevelopment that includes 8,000 new residential restaurants , could probably use a new dining destination. That's the thinking behind Mersea Ulrich, who led the kitchen at Embarcadero restaurants Waterbar and Epic Steak, apparently knows how to cook for a crowd that can be a little transfixed by a view - the ones at Mersea are of the San Francisco skyline.

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  14. Black Bark BBQ Closes on Fillmore With Plans to RelocateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 10 | Eater

    A concerned tipster reached out to let Eater know that the restaurant looked closed, but as a post on Instagram explains the closure isn't permanent. Fortunately for fans of Lawrence's brisket, whose dark, smoky exterior lent Black Bark its name, the restaurant will relocate.

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  15. 16th Street Burger King Closes, Latest in Local Fast-Food PurgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 9 | Eater

    The Burger King at 16th and Mission is dead; Long live the Burger King at 16th and Mission. The fast-food restaurant earned a 1.5 star rating on Yelp and was most recently in the news for a pepper spray incident that injured eight in August .

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  16. Duchess Closes in Rockridge After One-Year ReignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 8 | Eater

    Casual bar and restaurant Duchess , which opened in December 2016 to serve all-day pub fare to Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood, has closed. Owners Caroline Conner and Chris Strieter announced the news on their website, hinting at a "different concept" after renovations to the space at 5422 College Avenue.

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  17. More Details on Tartine Bakery's Korean Expansion PlansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | Eater

    Earlier this week, Eater reported that Tartine Bakery would open its first overseas location in Seoul Korea. Now comes news that that location won't be going solo when it opens on January 28, as three to four more Tartine Bakeries are planned to open in Seoul in the next 12-18 months.

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  18. Michael Chiarello Is Still Hitting the Festival Circuit Despite Past AllegationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | Eater

    Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello is back in the spotlight once more, two years after he was accused of sexual harassment and wage theft by two former employees. Not only did he recently open a burger joint and "nitro lab" in Yountville, but the chef will soon head down to Miami to appear as "talent" at the South Beach Food and Wine Festival in February.

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  19. Halal Guys Berkeley Opens for Urgent White Sauce Delivery NeedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | Eater

    A Berkeley location of the popular New York-founded gyro, chicken, and falafel street food chain Halal Guys is open in Berkeley - though, as with the San Francisco location before it, it's only doing delivery to start. Platters, sandwiches, baklava, and hummus are available through Caviar from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m, and a grand opening for the restaurant itself is coming soon, according to a Facebook post.

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  20. 4 Things to Know About Raw Water, Silicon Valley's New Fad BeverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | Eater

    According to a recent New York Times trend-watching article, at least some rich, gullible health nuts in the San Francisco Bay Area are purchasing and consuming "raw," untreated water, and honestly, good for them. It's just the latest fashion in an area known for chugging Soylent and following Ketosis diets, and it's a very natural, organic culmination of that obstinate libertarian streak running through Silicon Valley: Clean water that's rigorously tested and delivered by pipes isn't a human right and a cool technology, some seem to think it's a state-sanctioned burden.

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