Michael Bauer gives Tres a fresh look after last year's remodel and generally encountering dwindling quality when it was Tres Agaves. He finds the current incarnation has found a "comfortable middle ground" with a "new attitude" that he is thankful for and says it is worth checking out even when there isn't a Giants game. The green pozole gets a special shout out and he's not a sweet tooth in general, but he definitely didn't care for the desserts. 2 stars. [Chron]
Jonathan Kauffman visits Hecho and contemplates its sushi and tequila concept, finding that to be where the fusion ends. He doesn't seem to be super jazzed on the pairings but he is clearly enamored with watching Sachio Kojima, the former owner of Kabuto A&S, create his dishes: "To watch Kojima work was to suspect someone had substituted time-lapse photography for reality." The food on one visit was not as smooth when not under Kojima's care. He also learns that a mariachi band hangs out in front once a month, and was lucky enough to see it firsthand. [SF Weekly]
THE ELSEWHERE — EBX is satisfied with the chicken at Brasa, the new Peruvian rotisserie from the former eVe proprietors, SFBG follows up last week's roundup of new lunch spots with a sequel featuring Seoul Patch, Square Meals, New England Lobster, and Wise Sons Deli; and The Merc profiles Santa Cruz's Pizza My Heart, recently voted the world's best at the International Pizza Challenge in Las Vegas.