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Harrow Open, Cellar Door Becomes Le Cigare Volant

 Weird Fish.
Weird Fish.
Photo: Eater SF Flickr Pool/mikedthorn

NOW OPEN — Harrow (357 Kearny Street) has opened with seasonal lunch options that includes sandwiches, salads, soups, and mac and cheese. They hope to add beer and wine to the menu when the license kicks in. Over in the Mission, Weird Fish (2193 Misson), the vegan and fried fish joint, has reopened. [Tablehopper/Grub Street]

NEW NAMES — Last week, Boony Doon's Cellar Door got a new chef in the form of Ryan Shelton and today comes the news that the Santa Cruz winery restaurant also has a new name, Le Cigare Volant. The title refers to two things: a flagship wine and a fictional hot spot from television's Frasier. [ISSF]

PLAY BALL — Financial District wine bar The Hidden Vine (408 Merchant Street) is launching a Bocce League. The competition kicks off on Friday, April 14th, but you can register to play starting this Friday. League members can get their bocce on while enjoying wine discounts. [Urban Daddy]

SAUSALITO — Tomorrow night at Headlands Center for the Arts, OPENrestaurant is hosting an interactive, multi-sensory experience that highlights their recent trip to Japan. For $25, guests can sample locally made ramen and sip cocktails from a Japanese-style whisky bar. [Eaterwire]

LISTICLES — Mamacita, Nopalito, Loló, La Taqueria, and Taqueria Can Can are the latest Mexican restaurants to be named San Francisco's best. Do you agree with the list? [Zagat]