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Troya Becomes Kitchen Istanbul; Cole Valley Cafe Renovates

Plus: An industry night at Pizzaiolo, and an ugly sweater party at Parallel 37.

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INNER RICHMOND—After shuttering last week, Troya Clement has gotten a quick turnaround from a former partner/manager, Emrah Kilicoglu, and reopened under the name Kitchen Istanbul. So far, there aren't many menu changes; the kitchen is mostly holding onto its lineup of classic Turkish dishes. [RichmondSF]

COLE VALLEY—Renovations have gone down at Cole Valley Cafe, which now has a more minimalist look. The cafe is serving a pared-down menu until it gets fully up to speed. [Hoodline]

TEMESCAL—Oaklanders in the restaurant industry should consider swinging by Pizzaiolo tonight for Industry Night, with DJs, food, cocktails, burlesque dancers, and a live band for just $25. [EaterWire]

NOB HILL—Grab your trusty Christmas sweater and hit Parallel 37 tomorrow evening for their annual Ugly Sweater Night, featuring egg nog, hot buttered rum, and holiday punch for $7 ($5 if you BYO holiday mug), and free bites from the kitchen. The most festive sweater wins a prize. [EaterWire]

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