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Onigilly, Dobbs Ferry Bar, CP's, MORE—Now Open

1) Financial District: The rice ball makers at Onigilly (343 Kearny Street) soft-opened their permanent location on Tuesday with 17 rice ball flavors and 13 different sides. [EaterWire]

2) Hayes Valley: Dobbs Ferry's new bar on Hayes Street was ready for action as of last night. [EaterWire]

3) Inner Richmond: Pretty Please Bakeshop is now making chocolate chip whoopie pies, cakes, pastries, and other retro treats, like Ding Dongs and banana twinks, at 291 3rd Avenue (at Clement). [Facebook, Tablehopper]

4) Ferry Building: Across the way from Blue Bottle, Biscuit Bender is expected to open today, selling a range of sweet and savory biscuits, homemade jams, fruit butters, and drinks. There is also talk of an open-faced pulled pork with bourbon glaze, served on a biscuit, obviously. [SFoodie]

5) Dogpatch: Michael and Jackie Recchiuti's Little Nib (807 22nd Street) now offers a small assortment of boxed confections and packaged baked products—a "little nibble" of what's available at their Ferry Building outpost. [EaterWire]

6) Wine Country: Up in Napa, Brassica is officially dunzo as Cindy Pawlcyn brings new life to the address with Cindy Pawlcyn's Wood Grill & Wine Bar (641 Main Street), nicknamed 'CP's.' People responded way more to Pawlcyn's menu at Mustards Grill, so offerings here will include similar fare: pork belly, Cobb salad, short ribs, a Niman Ranch burger, and artisan pizzas. 'CP's' also has live jazz and cocktails by the pitcher. [EaterWire]
Oniglly. [Photo: Instagram]

Onigilly

343 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA

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