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EaterWire: Rosamunde in the Mission, Deep Details, More!

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THE MISSION—Grubz notes some permits that indicate the Haight Street standby Rosamunde is in the process of opening an outpost on Mission Street in the (soon-to-be-former) Cafe Arguello space. [GS]

SAN FRANCISCO—For those wondering about the specific restaurants affected by the big health certification invalidation story earlier today, the city has now put the list online, in pdf form. [~ESF~]

NOE VALLEY—NV Blog spots fresh signage up at the plywooded Deep Sushi space. The name will simply be Deep, and it will be a "modern izakaya." Soft openings (reservations only) will take place from tomorrow until September 16th; a sample menu can be had right here. [NVB, previously]

ASIAJamie Oliver is going to be opening an entire chain of Italian restaurants across Asia. Over the next five years, he plans to roll out 30 restaurants in Hong Kong, China, Japan, Taiwan and Korea. [Telegraph]

NOB HILL—In the Huntington, Big 4 has announced that it will be bringing back lunch on Thursdays and Fridays, starting in mid-September. Lunch will run from 11:30am to 3pm, and the bar will be open all day. [EaterWire]

FISHERMAN'S WHARF—Not only is the gourmet cocktail movement slowly seeping towards the north side of town, but so is the fancy coffee one. Lady Hopstress reports that a new dessert cafe called DeLise is on the way. It's a project from Dennis and Eloise Leung (former pastry chefs at Bong Su), Blue Bottle coffee is in the works, and progress is being tracked on the Delise blog. [TH]

Rosamunde Sausage Grill

2832 Mission Street, , CA 94110 (415) 970-9015 Visit Website

Big 4

1075 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 (415) 771-1140 Visit Website

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