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Adios Chevy's Van Ness, Rice Paper Scissors' Crab House

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THE SHUTTER — Say Adios to "El Happy Hour" on Van Ness Ave. The building that used to house the Mexican chain Chevy's (590 Van Ness) is now swinging with a For Lease sign instead of the Fresh Mex logo. It's a large corner lot that's just begging for something a bit more special. Maybe The Olive Garden will move in? [ISSF]

POP-UPS — The ladies of the plastic red stools and tonight's SF episode of The Layover, Rice Paper Scissors will concoct a Dungeness Crab House dinner on January 13-14. After that, founders Valerie Luu and Katie Kwan will take a month-long sojourn to Vietnam. Tickets are $80 and available here. [EaterWire]

POP-UPS EXTRA — The Bernal Supper Club is expanding from one to two nights a week at Cafe Cozzolino. Mondays have had a good response, so they've now added Tuesdays. Tonight and tomorrow's menu includes handmade fettucine, local halibut, and a chocolate peanut butter bar. [Bernalwood]

BEER GARDEN WIRE You probably know about the Good Food Awards on January 13th and 14th, but did you know they'll bring a beer garden to the Ferry Building this year for the "Marketplace" on Saturday? A $12 admission includes five taster tickets for suds as well as entry into the main event. Tickets here. [SFoodie]

El Happy Hour at Chevy's. [Photo: Yelp/Marti L.]


590 Van Ness, San Francisco, CA