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The Dish: Phat Philly, Candy Darling, Saffron Grill, More!

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1) The Mission: The face of 24th Street continues to change. Soft-opening today—and open right now—in the former Zain's space right next door to Big Mouth Burgers is Phat Philly. As you can surmise from the name, it's a Philly cheesesteak shop, something that has been sorely missing from most neighborhoods in SF for quite some time. And if it's half-decent, we're betting that it could play well in the Mission. Phat Philly is also the first of Isaac Mogannam's several upcoming projects to arrive, so stay tuned for the rest of the pack. 3388 24th Street, between Mission and Valencia; (415) 550-7428 [EaterWire]

2) Tendernob: We took a look inside last week and right on schedule, Candy Darling debuted over the weekend, and SF Weekly's food blog was there to welcome the Andy Warhol namesake into the fold: "... it's a chic shop of sweets without the obnoxious chocolate boutique prices that abound around town. At only $10 a pound, Candy Darling's truffles, caramels, dipped fruits and brittle (all made on the premises) are really a steal." 796 Sutter Street, at Jones; (415) 346-1500 [EaterWire]

3) Nopa: As expected, it was a quick turnarond for the shuttered Kathmandu Cafe space, and Saffron Grill has reopened in its spot. It specializes in North Indian cuisine, and the executive chef has penned a nice intro on the official site. 1279 Fulton Street, at Divis; (415) 567-5100; website [EaterWire]

4) Financial District: Another location of Sellers Market has opened up on Market Street. Its offerings are similar to its older sisters, and it will even have a Happy Hour come January. Open weekdays 7:30am to 7:30pm, and Saturdays until 3pm. 721 Market Street, between Third and Fourth; (415) 615-0341; website [EaterWire]

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