The headliner for this week in restaurant openings was the first of Michael Mina's two comebacks, Bourbon Steak. Now here we go with the rest of the show.
1) Noe Valley: Tataki, San Francisco's reigning queen of sustainable sushi, expanded to Church Street this week. This outpost has even more menu options, seating and reclaimed wood than the first one. [Tablehopper]
2) Dogpatch: Third Street got a mini Spanish bar and restaurant called Poquito, serving lunch and dinner in a small plates format. [EaterWire]
4) Woodside: Ex-chef de cuisine at Commis, Zack Freitas has started serving a farm-fresh fixed price menu at Station 1, just a hop, skip and a jump from The Village Pub. They've also got fancy-sounding cocktails. This one's open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday. [EaterWire]
5) The Streets: As The Creme Brulee cart baptized the new, legal version 2.0 yesterday, Off the Grid went for it at UN Plaza, it's fifth location in San Francisco. [SFoodie, EaterWire]