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The Dish: Clock Bar, Marche, Bellissimo, Baked

All the latest openings, big and small, get served up on a regular basis by The Dish. Spot a newcomer in your neighborhood? Send it along; operators are standing by.

1) Union Square: Officially opening tomorrow is Clock Bar. The media frenzy has been in full force for Michael Mina's cocktail bar: Thrillist and Daily Candy both wrote it up today (complete with cute puns), we took a post-plywood peek last week, and Alcademics has all the dirt on anything liquor related. And if all that weren't enough, the official website is live, complete with menu items like Lamb Tenderloin Panini and bar bites like Truffle Popcorn. 335 Powell Street, between Post and Geary, in the Westin St. Francis; (415) 354-2735; website [EaterWire]

2) Ghirardelli Square: On the square, Marche continues to open piece by piece, and we'll continue to try to keep up. The wine bar (adjacent to the also-open first floor gourmet market) is currently open, making for two wine bars across the fountain from each other, even though Cellar360 is a different beast. Meanwhile, Bar Marche—the upstairs bistro—has pushed back its opening again, to next Friday. 900 North Point Street, at Larkin; (415) 359-0365; website [EaterWire]

3) Nob Hill/Tendernob: Right next door to the future home of Bar Florence/Hotel Vertigo, Bellissimo Pizza has opened. There are only a few seats inside and out, with the early, euphemistic consensus on Yelp is that it is at least better than the crappy pizza place that was there before. So... small victories? 920 Sutter Street, between Hyde and Leavenworth; (415) 885-4445 [EaterWire]

4) Potrero Hill: Plywood vet Baked. opened its doors for the first time earlier today. Like its predecessor, it's a baked sweets shop and should fit in nicely in the neighborhood. They're closing at 3pm today, but going forward, they'll be open daily except for Sundays. 1415 18th Street, between Missouri and Connecticut; (415) 826-9455 [EaterWire]

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