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EaterWire: Sukhothai Shuttered, Ame's Party Night, Plus Restaurant Wine Trends

INNER SUNSET—Just off the corner of Ninth and Irving, a tipster reports that Sukhothai is officially doneski, as of last week. But the space won't be dark for long; according to storefront signage, replacing the departed will be another Thai restaurant, but of the noodle variety. [EaterWire[]

SOMA—Next Monday, Ame will be holding a little pre-St. Patrick's Day shindig. On the 16th, the restaurant will host a sort of "Industry Night" party with $3 beers, $5 cocktails and $6 glasses of wine, plus a variety finger foods. It takes place 5:30pm to 10pm and all are welcome. [EaterWire]

WINE LISTS—The new issue of Wine & Spirits includes the 20th annual restaurant poll of what's hot in the restaurant/wine world and what's not. The article isn't online, but Mouthing Off has a quick wrap: "There's been a big shift toward fresh, light styles of white wine over the past ten years (no surprise); Pinot Grigio is drifting off of its recent wave of popularity (about time); and Pinot Noir, for the first time ever, was more popular than Cabernet Sauvignon in the restaurants that W&S surveys." [F&W]


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