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Nido, Et Al., K-Pop, MORE—Now Open

Nido in Oakland.
Nido in Oakland.
Photo: Yelp/Jenni S.

1) Oakland: Farm-to-table Mexican restaurant Nido is now open in the Jack London Square district, serving dinner, lunch cemitas, and an appropriately themed brunch with chiliquilles, and more. Remember PieTisserie is also in the house with it's take-out window. [EaterWire]

2) Russian Hill: Ceri Smith's wine bar Et Al. is apparently in soft-open mode now at 2255 Polk Street. Tablehopper says the food menu from Boulette's Larders chef-owners will probably be available next week. [Tablehopper]

3) Yountville: Ciccio has hit Washington Street, right across from Redd Wood in the former Gordon's Cafe. It's got a farm-driven Italian breakfast menu going at the moment, and dinner will start in mid-November. [NVR]

4) Castro: K-Pop is a new Korean restaurant from the owners of Barracuda Sushi and Osaka Sushi. GrubStreet has the menu, adding that late-night weekend hours start today. [GrubStreet]

5) Parkside: Shandong Deluxe is now doing handmade noodles and dumplings in the former Ramen Doraku space at 1042 Taraval Street. [Tablehopper]

6) SoMa: The Baan Thai restaurant Eater has been tracking is now called Root, and it is up and running with a whiskey program and homestyle Thai food. [Tablehopper]

7) Excelsior: From the same owners as Root, is Oodles, with a menu of ramen, Pan-Pacific cuisine and soju at 4995 Mission Street. [Tablehopper]