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Duc Loi Does Vietnamese, Greenburger's Chx & Waffles


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MISSION — A tipster spotted a sign in the window of Duc Loi Supermarket (2200 Mission) advertising the arrival of "duc loi kitchen coming 3/15 - 11am-7pm" with "sandwiches." "Authentic Vietnamese" options will be offered among other things and, well, they've got big shoes to fill. [EaterWire]

POP-UPS — Lower Haight burger shop Greenburger's (518 Haight) has made it to the one-year mark on a fickle block. They'll celebrate on March 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. by offering a pop-up meal of fried chicken and waffles, collard greens, and hush puppies a la Angry Man Eats. It might even become a regular thing. We'll see. [Haighteration]

HAYES VALLEY — Cheese shop Gourmet & More (141 Gough) will open up a patio to the public in two weeks, and is also waiting on a liquor license. They'll apparently be cool with bringing your own wine to sip out back so long as you're gracious enough to make a food purchase. [Hayeswire]

WINE COUNTRY — Ciccio is taking shape in Yountville. The neighborhood trattoria hopes to open in May with chef Polly Lappetito, who used to run the kitchen at the nearby CIA at Greystone. Owner Frank Altamura has a vision: to restore the space to the Italian grocery feel it had when he was a kid. [Table to Grave]

CHEF SHUFFLES — After a departure by Walter Abrams, Mark Sullivan has promoted John Madriaga from sous chef to chef de cuisine at Spruce (3640 Sacramento). No big menu changes expected, but GrubStreet notes it's been something of a revolving door in the kitchen. [Grub Street]

Spruce

3640 Sacramento Street, , CA 94118 (415) 931-5100 Visit Website

Duc Loi Supermarket

2200 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

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