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The Dish: On the Corner, Anchor and Hope

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With several openings on tap this week, including Uva Enoteca on Thursday, it should be a busy time for The Dish, the place to find all the latest and greatest openings from around the city. If you notice something new in your area, please don't be shy.

1) NoPa: Making its debut over the weekend was On the Corner, the new cafe-by-day/lounge-by-night taking up the corner space on Divis and Oak. The space has been outfitted in brown leather sofas, and high ceilings make for an airy atmosphere (see above). There was even a live jazz duo playing yesterday. The menu is limited for now, as are the hours (closed at six tonight), but extended hours should get rolling in May. 359 Divisadero, at Oak Street; (415) 552-1101 [Eater Staff]

2) SoMa: After tossing some soft openings over the weekend, the much-hyped Anchor and Hope will officially unveil to the public tomorrow. The menu can be had here, and since everyone has been all over the third restaurant by Doug Washington and the Brothers Rosenthal, we'll keep it short, give On the Corner the gallery, and refer you here until we drop what should be a snazzy edition of Eater Inside later in the week. 83 Minna Street, near Second Street, between Mission and Howard; (415) 901-5100; website [Eater Staff]

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