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EaterWire: Overhaul at Sundance, Ballpark Cart Nixed

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2009_03_sundance.jpgTHE FILLMORESF Citizen sends word of a significant overhaul at Sundance Kitchen (née Kabuki Kitchen), where there are new hours, new beer taps, new beer signs, a new management team, and a new menu loosely centered around Hawaiian cuisine. There's even an entire section devoted to poke (and, ahem, pizza too). [SFC]

THE BALLPARK—With the Giants' home opener a week away, Lady Hopstress brings the disappointing news that the Let's Be Frank cart won't be operating outside the park this year. Apparently the concessionaires inside the park couldn't handle the competition from the street cart. That's what you call a haterism. [TH]

KELLERVILLE—Always minding the seasons, Bouchon Bakery will be debuting a few Easter/spring specials in case you'd like to enjoy the following Thomas Keller treats: "Bunny Shortbread," hot cross buns and springtime linzer cookies. Plan your trip accordingly. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—Speaking of sweets, Mission Mission has the details on Anthony's Cookies, a new cookie shop opening on Valencia between 25th and 26th. [MM]

UNION SQUARE—On the same day that his new menu is rolled out at E&O Trading Company, Arnold Eric Wong is one of the nominees for 7x7's Man & Woman of the Year fundraising competition. [7x7]

[Photo: SF Citizen]

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