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La Costanera Debuts With a View, Plus The Parlor and Yotopia

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1) Montara Beach: The stunning lady you see above is La Costanera, the new oceanside restaurant from Carlos Altamirano, better known as the chef/owner of Mochica and Piqueo's here in the city. Designed by Michael Brennan, it's located about 20 miles south of the city, between Pacifica and Half Moon Bay. Since the Peruvian-inspired restaurant is so pretty, we took the liberty of putting together a quick little gallery of what the place looks like on a sunny day. 8150 Cabrillo Highway, Montara Beach; (650) 728-1600; website. [EaterWire]

2) Fisherman's Wharf: It already made the rounds in the various daily newsletters today, and Dirty Martini replacement The Parlor by Mick Suverkrubbe (also of The Cosmopolitan) is now up and running. The lounge portion of the operation opened this past weekend, and the club side will debut this upcoming weekend. 2801 Leavenworth Street, at Beach; (415) 775-5110; website [EaterWire]

3) The Mission: Finally, plywood vet Yotopia opened next door to Boogaloo's on Saturday afternoon. It is, in fact, another froyo shop. 3280 22nd Street, between Valencia and Mission; (415) 550-9686 [EaterWire]

8150 Cabrillo Hwy, Moss Beach, CA 94038

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