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THE MISSION - Delfina's sister Locanda is delayed again until around the 27th of April. Signore Lucchesi also passes on word Brian MacGregor, the bar program manager who was in charge of their Roman-leaning cocktail list et al., has moved on to we don't know what; but everything else remains on point. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION EXTRA - We keep sneaking closer to Radish's opening at 19th and Lexington, now predicted for April 11th. Madame Hopper has some menu highlights for you. [Tablehopper]

THE MISSION XXTRA - Uptown Almanac checks in on the total revamp of La Rondalla. They now have a street permit for three months of construction work, though there's no new ETA. Pictures of the build out in progress here. [UA]

EXCELSIOR The city's second Honduran restaurant Los Catrachos moving in at 4423 Mission Street just got its beer and wine license. [EaterWire]

SOMA - A tipster notes lots of activity and construction happening at forthcoming steakhouse/brasserie Bluestem. [EaterWire]

FISHERMAN'S WHARF - A locally caught, sustainable seafood market shockingly dubbed, San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Sustainable Seafood Market, will be opening at Pier 45. [The Feast]

SAN RAFAEL - Puerto Rican food virtuoso Sol Food will reopen its 901 Lincoln Avenue location tomorrow after some pipe repairs are completed. Meanwhile the smaller annex two doors down is moving to 811 4th Street where Royal Frankfurter was. They're also planning to open something called La Bodega on May 1. Tablehopper has more on this craziness.

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Sol Food Puerto Rican Cuisine

901 Lincoln Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901 415 256 8900 Visit Website

Locanda

557 Valencia Street, , CA 94110 (415) 863-6800 Visit Website

Radish

3465 19th Street, San Francisco, California 94110 415 834 5441 Visit Website

Locanda

557 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA

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