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Yank Sing Racial Profiling; Tweaks at Tosca

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FINANCIAL DISTRICT—Landmark dim sum restaurant Yank Sing is catching flak for an ordering system that categorizes customers as Asian, non-Asian or child after an image of their register screen made the rounds on Reddit. The restaurant hasn't officially commented, but a shift lead said that there's no real meaning to the distinction other than as a demographic tool for who orders what. [SF Weekly]

NORTH BEACHTosca Cafe bar manager Isaac Shumway shared some details about the historic bar's forthcoming revamp, including the fact that the white coats and steam machine will remain the same, but other details, like the chocolate and brandy used in their signature House Cappuccino, will be tweaked. [Inside Scoop]

MONTEREY/LAS VEGAS—It looks like south coast star Restaurant 1833 may be spreading its influence to Vegas. Coastal Luxury Management, which runs the Monterey restaurant, is involved in a massive Vegas project called Rose.Rabbit.Lie, which will seek to create a "grand social experiment" that blurs the lines between restaurant, bar, club and show. [~ ELV ~]

COW HOLLOW—Sustainable fish farm Passmore Ranch has teamed up with Dominique Crenn to provide hard-to-find produce for her restaurant Atelier Crenn. The farm has created a small garden to repurpose their water, and is now planting winter veggies like ice plants and bronze fennel exclusively for the chef. [EaterWire]

Yank Sing

101 Spear St, San Francisco, CA 94105 415-957-9300 Visit Website

Tosca Cafe

242 Columbus Avenue, , CA 94133 (415) 986-9651 Visit Website

Atelier Crenn

3127 Fillmore Street, , CA 94123 (415) 440-0460 Visit Website

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