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NOB HILL - Above we have a look at the long-shuttered restaurant space in the Gramercy Towers that hasn't seen any action since its brief run with the Californian back in 2009. The owners have now officially put the restaurant on the market with a $12K per month lease, noting its a turn-key operation with full liquor license, open "exhibition" kitchen and space for 163 diners, including a 92 seat main dining area, two banquet rooms and an 18 seat bar. Judging from the history, it's not exactly a blessed space, but worth a gander at the very least. Interested parties should contact the broker . [EaterWire]

UNION SQUARE - Tomorrow night, the Four Seasons will sample wine flights from Shafer paired with Ahi tartare, oysters and other bites from chef Mark Richardson to kick off its monthly "Seasons Swirl" tasting event. The price tag is $45 and those who partake may enjoy half price bottles from Shafer if they stay for dinner. Future events include Viader, DARE (4/5), Darioush (5/3), Roederer (6/7), Kongsgaard (7/5) and Fischer (8/2). More info here. [EaterWire]

THE SHUTTER - Noting the second wine bar closure in recent months, Signore Lucchesi passes on news that Red & White has ceased existence in Glen Park. Owners Peter Bell and Juliana Flores have something exciting (with oysters, wine and French onion soup!) in the works thanks to a new partnership with Laurent Legendre. Right now they're adding in banquettes and a bar with the hope of reopening in late March as a sort of complement to Legendre's nearby Le P’tit Laurent. [ISSF]

restaurant @ Gramercy Towers

1177 California Street, San Francisco, CA

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