FILLMORE - Bumzy's Cookies did hit those pre-opening SNAFUs we mentioned in June, but the good news is they are now open for business, serving cookies freshly baked daily by mother-and-daughter owners, Sheila Harris and Toni Young, according to an 80-year-old family recipe. They are also hand-churning vanilla ice cream daily for ice cream sandwiches. Cookies come in traditional flavors like chocolate chip, peanut butter and sugar; and in a charitable twist, all tip jar proceeds will go to the Lima Center, a day program for the homeless at St Dominic’s Catholic church. Here's the Web site.
SOUTH PARK - Holy TVs! Pedro's Cantina opened today at 11:30 a.m. after throwing a big VIP grand opening party last night. They have a fairly straightforward, white-person-friendly taqueria menu, as compared to Tres Agaves and Mijita nearby. [EaterWire]
LOWER POLK - The Pour House, a "beer bar and wine lounge," has officially taken the place of SNOB Wine Bar, a wine bar. According to the Web site, they've been open for about a month now, actually. [ISSF]
BERKELEY - Slow opened yesterday in Berkeley, jumping into the niche of quick-service "slow" food. Thrillist has a sample menu here if you'd like to know what precisely that means. [Thrillist]
THE SUNSET - SFoodie has the story on Brother's Seafood Restaurant now open and serving Hong Kong-style seafood dishes. [SFoodie]
WINE COUNTRY - Graham's Takeaway is now open at Oxbow Market in Napa. They are calling the style of cuisine here "everyday casual" and everything is made-from-scratch daily and available to eat in or take out. They're also planning to have 15 different take-away salads available at any given moment. Also included: comfort food dinner options and breakfast possibilities. [EaterWire]
TENDERLOIN - Little Bird coffee shop has opened on Geary, spreading De La Paz and Ritual beans to uncharted territory. 7x7 has more on what's offered. [7x7]
Bumzy's Cookies owners Sheila Harris and Toni Young]