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1) The Mission: Exciting week for Hi Lo, the barbecue restaurant coming to 19th Street in the Mission. Co-owner Scott Youkilis says they're about to get into some major construction, and their behemoth smoker arrived yesterday from Texas. Needless to say the "June-ish" opening is delayed. [EaterWire]

2) The Mission Extra: The 20 Spot project, from the good men of Bacchus in Russian Hill, is expecting approval from the Planning Department on July 1st. Construction will start soon thereafter, and they're hoping to open in mid-September, but that will probably change. You know how it is. [EaterWire]

3) The Mission XXtra: Pig and Pie's website says they're opening on Monday, but owner Miles Pickering says it might be more like middle -of-next-week, depending how things go with the city. [EaterWire]

4) Hayes Valley: Rich Table is on point for a mid-July opening. [EaterWire]

5) Western Addition: The Bi-Rite coming to Divisadero Street has a statement on their blog about how they really want to become a part of the new community. Also: they finished the seismic upgrade and are now looking at opening in "the early part of 2013." [Bi-Rite]

6) SoMa: The opening for Jamber "wine pub" has moved from May to TBA. Owner Jess Voss tells The Lucchessi she is also looking for a chef. [ISSF]

7) Soma Extra: Former software guy/budding winemaker Patrick MacCartee is converting a warehouse space into a new urban winery. Called Tank 18 (1345 Howard Street), the facility will have a tasting room, a food element, and is aiming to open this fall. [GrubStreet]

8) Soma XXtra: Deli Board spinoff 1058 Hoagies found a permanent home at 180 7th St (currently @maximo's). Owner Adam Mesnick hopes to open mid-August, and you can bide your time by trying out his pop-up until then. [Tablehopper]

9) Oakland: The owners of Nido community foods have secured a permanent location on the southern end of Jack London Square. The plan is to start dishing their sustainable Mexican fare as soon as September, and they're sharing the space with PieTisserie. [Diablo]

Rendering of Hi Lo. [Photo: GrubStreet]

Hi Lo BBQ

3416 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 874-9921 Visit Website

20 Spot

3565 20th St., San Francisco, CA 94110 415-624-3140

Hi Lo

3416 19th Street, San Francisco, CA

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