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Cassava Reopens, and Will Get Parisian; Boba Guys Open a Shop; Castro Chipotle Rejected; More!

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A rendering of the new Cassava.
A rendering of the new Cassava.

OUTER RICHMONDCassava, the little cafe that got known for serving great Japanese-style breakfasts, is reopening after a brief closure and expansion in to the next-door space. They'll continue doing breakfast, but they're adding dinner as well, in a Parisian cafe style with a heated patio. They're launching a Kickstarter campaign this weekend to get it all done. [EaterWire]

THE MISSIONThe Boba Guys are finally opening a brick-and-mortar shop at 3491 19th Street on Saturday, June 22. They're donating their opening weekend profits to Little Brothers SF. [EaterWire]

CASTRO—As predicted last week, following the Planning Dept's recommendation, the proposed Chipotle at Church and Market has been rejected in a 5-1 vote by the Planning Commission. They now have 30 days to appeal to the Board of Supervisors. [BAR]

FIDIAquitaine, the newest wine bar from chef Laurent Manrique, is now open in the former John Walker liquor store space at 175 Sutter Street. [Inside Scoop]

OAKLANDHomestead Restaurant, from husband-and-wife co-chefs Fred and Elizabeth Sassen (both formerly of Farallon), is on its way to the former Zatis space at 4029 Piedmont Avenue. [Diablo]

Homestead

4029 Piedmont Avenue, , CA 94611 (510) 420-6962 Visit Website

Cassava Bakery + Cafe

3519 Balboa Street, San Francisco, CA

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