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The Skinny On Crafthouse, Opening Soon

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 Crafthouse.
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Photo: partially from Noe Valley SF

Today much more comes in on Crafthouse, the small neighborhood bar currently getting it together at the former Joe's 24th Street Cafe in Noe Valley. Co-owner John Dampeer tells Eater that the license is still in the process of transferring. They're planning a slight overhaul of the space with a "beautiful new black walnut countertop," gunmetal stools, exposed Edison bulbs, and a rustic, predominantly wood overall look. At the earliest, the opening will happen in November.

Completing the transition from a cafe to a bar, they'll serve eight beers on tap from California and the Pacific Northwest, chosen to compliment a menu of "Tavern-style fare." Sandwich meats, sausages, pickles and condiments will all be made in-house. On the weekends, they'll serve around five or so breakfast sandwiches as well. Wines and bottled beers will follow suit with the local focus. Now, making this a little more real for everybody, Dampeer shares a few early menu items:

Bites
house-rolled bacon soft pretzels served with beer cheese
pork buns - braised pork belly, pickled radish, watercress and bbq sauce served open face

Sandwiches
cubano - pork loin confit, ham, swiss, sweet pickle and beer mustard
'porter beef' - porter beer braised short-ribs, pickled onion and cheddar on pretzel roll
greens & jam - sauteed broccoli rabe, house-made fig jam, toasted almonds and goat cheese (panini pressed).

House-made Sausage Sandwiches
korean bbq - chili-spiced pork and napa cabbage slaw served on a roll

Weekly Specials
porchetta sandwich
house-ground burger

· All Crafthouse Coverage [~ ESF ~]

Crafthouse

3853 24th Street, San Francisco, CA

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