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Moya Offers Rare Ethiopian Edibles and MORE

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SOMA - After a bit of a delay, new Ethiopian restaurant and coffee house Moya officially opened today at 11 a.m. Owner Fana Alemayehu is offering one of the only injera in the city made solely from the rare Ethiopian grain teff, which happens to be gluten free. She's also offering a version of kitfo that can be cooked to temperature, tofu tibs, a hard-to-find chickpea dish called boneza shuro, organic yirgacheffe coffee and other Ethiopian staples like ye doro wat. Traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremonies and breakfast will arrive in the next few weeks. [EaterWire]

MARIN - Dominic Phillips' Bolinas 123 wine bar opened over the weekend. He and his partners are excited about the guest cooks they have coming in to make "a few delicious plates." Check out the Web site for hours of operation. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND - Per Lady T-Hop and the Chron comes word that the Soizic team's Nex has opened next to its other restaurant/bar, Mua. The menu includes French- and Italian-inspired bites, classic cocktails and wine. [Tablehopper, Chron]

Inside Moya. [Photo: Yelp/Ed U.]  


1044 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA

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