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DOGPATCH - Ian Flores and Anabelle Topacio, the husband-and-wife team behind Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous, are hoping to open this 20-seat ice cream shop across the street from Serpentine by the second week of May. The two met at Spago in Beverly Hills and have since worked at Postrio and Oakland's Firebrand Bread respectively. Expect 8-10 ice cream flavors on offer at any given time (ranging from classics like mint chip to adventurous flavors like ballpark, with chocolate-covered pretzels, peanuts, and beer) in a clean, sunny space with exposed 22-foot ceilings. They'll also offer baked goods, homemade candy, and maybe coffee a little further down the line. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION - A recent press release confirms what Inside Scoop reported earlier this week regarding the Flour + Water team's latest plans: Central Kitchen...will function as a neo-commissary meets culinary events space that will also act as a hub for The Dining Hall at Central Kitchen, a deli/market tentatively named Salumeria, plus a catering operation and more." Flour + Water chef Thomas McNaughton will oversee the new, dynamic dining program slated to open at 3000 20th Street in Spring 2011. [EaterWire]

EMERYVILLE - Trader Vic’s sent out an e-blast yesterday announcing they will shutter temporarily to “revamp and revitalize” the tiki restaurant: “Although we are sad to have to be closed for any period of time, we are incredibly excited about re-opening our doors in September of this year.” The restaurant will close on April 30th and is scheduled to reopen on September 15th. They will offer some TBD "too-good-to-be-true" specials from the 25th to the 29th prior to closure. Look for updates and sneak peeks of progress by becoming a fan on the restaurant’s Facebook page. [EaterWire]

SOMA - The Marriott Marquis's 4th Street Bar & Deli closed last week for what's been described as a renovation. We're waiting to hear back from management on what exactly is going down right now, and when the eatery will reopen. [EaterWire]

Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous

699 22nd St, San Francisco, CA

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