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The Dish: Another Afghan, Fish & Farm Confirmed

The City welcomes a veritable deluge of restaurant openings every fall, but when said restaurants actually open is anyone's guess. The Dish is delighted to bring you the latest in debuts.
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Why yes, we would describe this opening as grand. [Photo: Yelp/jay f]

1) De Afghanan Kabob House: Another joint has joined the newly-reopened Helmand Palace in the Afghan cuisine club. De Afghanan Kabob House is the new tenant in the onetime Mediterranean Spirit spot on Polk Street: "...it's straight Afghan and straight kebobs. You order at the counter, sit down, and they bring you your food. Bring your own beer." 1303 Polk St, Between Austin St & Bush St, Nob Hill, (415) 345-9947 [TH, Yelp]

2) Fish & Farm: Despite some contradictory reports about the interwebs, Fish & Farm opens for business tonight. They slightly upgraded their official site this morning, and vigilant readers who check out the menu will notice an admirable local-food policy (all produce sourced from within 100 miles, etc), as well as an unbelievable corkage deal: "Corkage is $5 per 750 ml bottle California wine, All others $10—waived with a 750 ml. bottle purchase." 339 Taylor Street, Between Ellis St & O'Farrell St, Union Square/Tenderloin, (415) 474-3474 [EaterWire, Chowhound]

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