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St. Anthony's Upgrades, Saru Sushi Hits Noe Valley

Public House. [Photo: Flickr/Boingo Wireless]

BLACK TUESDAY — This year, Public House is kindly showing compassion for those who loathe Valentine's Day. Its "Bitter, Sour, Single" event from 4 to 10 p.m. on February 14 will offer drinkers a free flight of bitter and sour beers with purchase. [EaterWire]

NOW OPEN — Noe Valley SF spots Saru Sushi Bar (3856 24th St.), a joint so new it doesn't even have a Yelp page yet (slackers). One detail to add: this is the former Tamasei Sushi location, shuttered since the spring of 2011. [Noe Valley SF]

THE SHUTTER — Tenderloin free meal provider for 50 years, St. Anthony's Dining Room (45 Jones) has closed and a two-year process of building a $23 million facility will begin at the location. The end goal is to create 91 affordable housing units. [CBS via Grub Street]

CHEF SHUFFLES — Chef Rudy Mihal is leaving Spoonbar in Healdsburg, but a replacement has yet to be named. Bite Club thinks it's going to be someone well-known to the area—maybe someone really talented who recently closed a restaurant nearby? [Bite Club via Grub Street]

BOOZE NEWS - Ramon Garcia has been promoted internally to take over the bar manager slot at Gitane, which Alex Smith vacated earlier. According to SFoodie, the new menu features low-alcohol, sherry-based cocktails and celebrated recipes from other well-known bartenders around town. [SFoodie]

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