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Tony's Pizza Gets A Parklet, 24th Street's New Pop-Up, More!

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NORTH BEACH - Construction is wrapping up at the new parklet going outside Tony's Coal-Fired Pizza & Slice House on Stockton St. Owner/slice master Tony Gemignani has been working with REBAR to create a slightly different model than what we're seeing in other parts of the city. It's made from bamboo and there will be olive trees, mosaic-topped tables and 16 French bistro-style chairs for pizza-eating, or doing whatever people do on parklets. Tony says it'll be ready for action next week. [EaterWire]

POP-UPS - The Mission's Sugarlump Cafe now plays host to a new dinner pop-up called Sous Buerre Kitchen on Monday through Saturday nights. Madame Hopper says the chef, Michael Mauschbaugh, has worked at Eccolo, Waterbar, Bacar, and Spire. Take a look at the latest menu here on the website. [Eaterwire, Tablehopper]

THE SHUTTER - Swell, the crudo restaurant that took over the original Bar Crudo space on Bush Street, has closed. Following a rumor that dropped into the Eater inbox earlier today, Signore Lucchesi reports its actually been closed for a few weeks. The owner is going to keep the space, however, and turn it into something new. More soon. [ISSF]

WEEK IN REVIEWS - Madame Unterman is rather blown away by the Inner Sunset's new crawfish boiler, Craw Station. Contrary to what was conveyed at the outset, it's actually "an Asian-Cajun house of boiled and fried seafood." She eats Cajun crawfish, simply boiled Dungeness and dunks bread in the leftover bags of spicy boil liquid. "With eating this good, you just might want to hop off the N-Judah at Craw Station whenever you can." [Examiner]

COMING ATTRACTIONS - Citizen Cake is here with a reminder: Fillmore Jazz Fest is this weekend (and they're still going to be open on Fillmore St. serving breakfast and dinner.) [Twitter]

Tony's Coal-Fired Pizza and Slice House

1556 Stockton St., San Francisco, CA

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