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Thomas Keller Flour, Curtains Close on Cafe Corbas, More

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THE SHUTTER - Via her favorite tipster, Ms. Tablehopper learns that Cafe Corbas has bid adieu to Hayes Valley with a sign in the window. Consider 364 Hayes St. up for grabs. [Tablehopper]

KELLER WIRE - Finally, Thomas Keller has come to his senses and created a gluten free flour exclusively for Williams-Sonoma. Cup4Cup Gluten-Free Flour is designed to replace all-purpose flour in recipes. Ingredients: Cornstarch, white rice flour, brown rice flour, milk powder, tapioca flour, potato starch, xanthan gum. The New York Times' Florence Fabricant says "It works very well, though the cake textures were more delicate than usual." $19.95 for a three-lb bag. [Williams-Sonoma, NYT via -EN-]

SWITCHEROOS - According to the crystal ball over at the ABC, Chestnut Street sushi bar Enoshima will be closing to make way for another sushi spot called Sushi In. [EaterWire]

SWITCHEROOS EXTRA - Closed Temescal cafe SadieDey will be morphing into a bike-friendly cafe called Arbor. The new owner already has DNA Lounge, but he wants this to be a family affair, with good coffee, Lillet and raclette nights. [WTF]

Cafe Corbas. [Photo: The Perfect Spot]

Cafe Corbas

364 Hayes St., San Francisco, CA

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