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Eater Inside: Sangha

This pretty little gal is Sangha, the Glen Park brainchild of Ric Lopez. As you can tell from the photos, Sangha has evolved from its December soft opening days in more ways than one. Not only has the menu expanded significantly, but the once-minimalist space has recently been decked out with some impressive artwork—note the sculpture by the door; very Richard Serra-esque. With the space evolving into a mini-art gallery of sorts and the menu boldly doing the Japanese-Latin fusion thing (risky business in a town like San Francisco), Lopez clearly has an artistic vision for the restaurant and Glen Park, both of which can be admired, though whether it will catch on in the hamlet of Glen Park remains to be seen.

Further reading on Sangha in The Dish, Good News/Bad News and at Thrillist.

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