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Every Fall 2015 Bay Area Restaurant Opening You Need to Know

A roundup of every new restaurant that opened in fall 2015. For the most recent listing of Bay Area openings, head here.

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November 23

OAKLANDFirebrand Artisan Breads has opened its first retail store at the Hive at 2343 Broadway. The brick-oven bakery will serve lunch from Pal’s Take Way as well as Highwire Coffee Roasters coffee and and tea, in addition, of course, to founder Matt Kreutz’s breads and partner Colleen Orlando’s pastries. See the menu and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO — Open inside the Ferry Building is Urban Remedy’s second San Francisco location of plant-based organic food that’s organic, non-GMO and gluten-free. See the menu and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

JACKSON SQUARE — The Bubble Lounge has reopened as Barbarossa, a bar themed to the location’s past as a prison and the neighborhood’s as a red light district. There’s a full cocktail menu, beers, wine, champagne and light food. See photos inside the 6,000-square-foot, bi-level space at 714 Montgomery St. here and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

MISSION — From the owners of Haight Street Market and Noriega Produce comes Gus's Community Market, a 12,000-square-foot grocery store at 2111 Haight St. with produce, a whole animal butcher shop, a local seafood station, a wine and spirits program, a deli, sushi, grab-and-go Greek items and an all-day café with a rotating menu of fresh juices smoothies, coffee, kombucha, eight draft beers, and ice cream. Take a look around the entire endeavor here and see opening hours here. [EaterWire]

NOE VALLEY — Caskhouse owner John Dampeer has opened Hamlet, which serves eclectic American menu through this town’s favorite Californian lens, with a full liquor license at 1199 Church St.. See the full menu and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

NOB HILLDel Popolo's monster pizza truck has found a permanent home at 855 Bush St. The expanded menu has small plates and seven to eight pizzas, plus beer and wine. See photos inside here, the full menu here and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

INNER RICHMOND — Serving yakitori, ramen, and more, Hawker Eats at 1650 Balboa St. is now open. See opening hours here. [Richmond District Blog]

SOMA — The second location of takeout lunch spot Heyday has opened at 555 Mission St. with an expanded menu of breakfast with housemade pastries, in addition to the usual salads and sandwiches. Head here for opening hours and daily specials. [SFist]

MENLO PARK — An Alain Ducasse-trained team has opened tiny pâtisserie Mademoiselle Colette at 816 Santa Cruz Ave., selling macarons, tarts, éclairs, croissants, madeleines and more. Lunch includes salads and sandwiches like quiche, salade niçoise and a croque monsieur. Get the full menu and opening hours here. [SF Weekly]

SONOMA Delhi Belly Indian Bistro has opened at 520 Broadway with a tandoori oven that showcases Delhi street food, updated for Northern California, like kale fritters, organic avocado chaat and several curries. See opening hours here. [Sonoma Index Tribune]

INNER RICHMOND — At 445 Balboa St., Suka has opened, serving Indonesian food during the week for dinner, as well as American-style breakfast on the weekends. See hours here. [Richmond District Blog]

SAN MATEO — Get your raw fish on at Pokeaterynow open at 407 S. B St. with a customizable menu of base, mix-ins, proteins, sauces and toppings. Check out the full menu and opening hours here. [SF Weekly]


November 16

PLEASANTONThe Organic Coup, the country's first USDA-certified organic fast food restaurant, is now open for business, serving a fried chicken sandwich as its main item. Hours and menus can be found here. [EaterWire]

SOMA — Codeword, part nightclub and part pizzeria opened last week. The DJ-focused club and 24-hour pizzeria offers the same menu as DNA Pizza. [EaterWire]

INVERNESS The Privateer is now serving breakfast and lunch in Inverness. Later this month, they plan to launch a prix fixe dinner with wine pairings. [Point Reyes Light]

SAN FRANCISCO — Urban Remedy opens in the Ferry Building today. The new outpost in San Francisco is now the 4th retail location for the plant based organic food company. [Inside Scoop].

BERNAL HEIGHTS— 3rd Cousin is now open in Bernal Heights. Chef Greg Lutus offers New American Cuisine at this Mission location, check here for the menu. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO — Mexican food pop-up, Chica, now has a take-out window near Levi's Plaza in Telegraph Hill. They will be open for breakfast and lunch. For hours, check here. [EaterWire]

November 9

MID-MARKETTacos Cala is now open for weekday to-go lunches in the alley behind Cala with tacos de guisado (homemade tacos, with tortillas formed from corn that is nixtamilized in-house), aguas frescas and iced horchata coffee. The menu changes daily with meat, vegetarian and vegan options, and it’s open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. [EaterWire]

HAYES VALLEYThe Orbit Room is back under new ownership, but everything else is pretty much the same. It’s open daily from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. with (faster) drinks, a daily menu and a slightly refreshed space. [EaterWire]

JAPANTOWNTaking over the Ino Sushi space is Sushi An with edomae-style omakase. Head here for hours and menus. [EaterWire]

OAKLANDUrbano Latino has replaced Iron Pan at 4307 Telegraph Ave. with pan-Latin food like carne asada tacos, ceviche and seafood paella from consulting chef Munther Massarweh. It’s open daily for dinner, with brunch and lunch on the weekends, as well. Check hours and menus here. [EaterWire]

DOGPATCHLa Fromagerie has expanded to a second location at 101 Montgomery St. with the same cheese, sandwiches and salads as the original. Head here for hours and menus. [EaterWire]

RUSSIAN HILL — Ho’s Bootleg Tavern at 2360 Van Ness Ave. is softly open for drinking only every night at 6 p.m. The food, billed as "affordable American comfort food and bar bites with an Asian twist," will open once the kitchen is properly permitted, likely early December. [EaterWire]

NORTH BEACH — North Beach has another Italian spot to add to the roster, this time called Piccolo Forno at 1309 Grant Ave., with casual Italian classics like pizza, calzones and lasagna. Check hours here. [Hoodline]

NOE VALLEY — Gyro restaurant Lazeez opened at 3915 24th St. with a mainly takeout operation for casual Mediterranean classics like hummus, shawarma and falafel. Check out hours here. [Tablehopper]

PACIFIC HEIGHTSAcademy Bar and Kitchen is now serving pizza, pasta and other Italian-inspired fare at 1800 Fillmore St. Head here for more information. [The New Fillmore]

TENDERLOINWhole Beast, the meat stall in The Hall, has opened a seafood stand next door. Owner John Fink used to be a commercial fisherman and is using those talents to source the product for oysters, smoked salmon and sablefish, chilled seafood salads and tuna poke. See the menu and hours here. [Inside Scoop]

SONOMA — At 18350 Sonoma Hwy. is the newly-opened Cochon Valant BBQ Smoke House, a Texas-style barbecue spot with almondwood smoked ‘cue that’s sliced to order. Get all the food and hours details here. [Tablehopper]

SONOMA — Sonoma has another barbecue joint in Rossi's 1906 at 401 Grove St. from owner Max Young and Glen Ellen Star chef Ari Weiswasser. This one’s Texas-meets-California barbecue with dishes like brisket and oysters and crispy pigs ears with nacho cheese. Check menu and hours here. [Tablehopper]

MISSION — The owners of the now-departed Hayes & Kebab have opened the same concept at 525 Valencia St. called, of course, Valencia & Kebab. It’s a slightly smaller menu and there’s no beer and wine yet, but they’ve applied for a license. Check hours here. [Hoodline]

ALAMEDA — The owners of McGee’s Bar at 1645 Park St. brought in new chefs Scott Cardel and Michele Cavaleri to redo the menu with updated pub food and are now calling it Park Street Grill. Head here for hours and menu. [Berkeleyside]

BERNAL HEIGHTSChicano Nuevo has opened at 18 Virginia Ave. with Southern California-inspired Mexican like fish tacos, tamales and queso fundido. Menus and hours here. [Tablehopper]

BERKELEY — Despite being open since September, Rec Room at 3222 Adeline St. held its grand opening this weekend. The mixed-use space is meant for families with young children to eat (local, organic and nut-free food), take classes and hang out. Get hours and menus here. [Berkeleyside]


November 2

LOWER HAIGHT — Pop-up-turned-permanent ramen spot Iza Ramen is open for slurping at 237 Fillmore St. Check out menu and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

TENDERLOIN — Whitechapel at 600 Polk St. is definitely a shrine to gin with over 400 types of the spirit on the menu and 120 cocktails that include it. Check out the full menus here and opening hours here. [EaterWire]

CHINATOWN — Classic Chinese spot Sam Wo is back in business at 713 Clay St., and here's everything you need to know about its reincarnation. Head here for menus and opening hours. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY — You can now dine like a Spaniard at La Marcha at 2026 San Pablo Ave. with late night tapas and paella from Tuesday through Sunday from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. [EaterWire]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT — Barcha, the more casual Mediterranean spot from the Sens team at 28 Fremont St., is now open, meaning downtown workers officially have another lunch spot to add to the roster. Check out the menu here. [EaterWire]

PALO ALTOBird Dog opens tonight in Palo Alto, bringing a small plates menu of raw fish, meats and vegetables from chef Robbie Wilson (Mattei's Tavern) to 420 Ramona St. [EaterWire]

FISHERMAN'S WHARF — Bluxome Street Winery's Ghirardelli Square location has now opened in the Woolen building at 900 N. Point St. Read more about the location here, and check opening hours here. [EaterWire]

MISSION — After a brief close, St. Vincent reopened this weekend as a casual, enoteca-style wine bar and wine shop. Check out hours here. [EaterWire]

INNER SUNSET — Ke's Seafood BBQ Restaurant, a new smokeless Japanese grill restaurant that only serves seafood and vegetables, is now open at 1358 9th Ave. Check out opening hours here. [Hoodline]

HAYES VALLEY — The La Boulangerie revival continues, this time with the Hayes Valley location, now open at 500 Hayes St. [Hoodline}

OAKLAND — You can now get banh mi at Mai Banh Mi at 6601 Telegraph Ave. Check opening hours here. [Tablehopper]

OAKLAND — After a successful crowdfunding campaign, the women-owned and youth-operated Mamacitas Cafe has gone brick-and-mortar at 1714 Franklin St. It's open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with doughnut kebabs, coffee and more. [Berkeleyside]

RICHMOND — Kaleidoscope Coffee shop is now open at 109 Park Pl. with Wrecking Ball Coffee and snacks like hummus, pastries and ice cream. Peek opening hours here. [Berkeleyside]


October 26

COLE VALLEY — The La Boulangerie de San Francisco openings continue, with both Cole Valley and Cow Hollow up and running. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO — Rustic Italian spot Caputo is now open at 100 Brannan St. with pasta and pizza. Check out the full menu here, and head here for opening hours. [EaterWire]

SAUSALITO — Now feeding the residents of Sausalito some pizza and wine is San Drino, located at 45 Caledonia St. Check out all the info here. [EaterWire]

ALBANYPho Au Sen’s Albany location is now open at 665 San Pablo Ave., serving up the same Vietnamese menu as the Oakland one. Head here to check it out and see opening hours. [Tablehopper]

OAKLANDIron Pan has changed concepts and turned into Urbano Latino, a restaurant serving a wide range of Latin food like paella, taquitos and pollo con mole. Head here for the full menu and opening hours. [Inside Scoop]

BERKELEY — Lots of pizza (and a lunch buffet, and an outdoor patio) is now available at Mountain Mike’s at 1610 San Pablo Ave. Check out menus and opening hours here. [Berkeleyside]

October 19

FINANCIAL DISTRICT — Marina favorite Delarosa softly opened its second location at 37 Yerba Buena Ln. last Friday. The menu is a clone of the original, but the space seats 120 people inside and 46 on the (soon-to-open) patio. Head here for opening hours. [Eater Wire]

GHIRARDELLI SQUAREBluxome Street Winery opened its second location, a 2,300-square-foot tasting room in the Woolen Mill Building at 851 Beach St. in Ghirardelli Square. Learn more about the wine and hours here. [Eater Wire]

MID-MARKETVerso, the new nightclub from The Plumpjack Group is now open next door to sister bar Forgery at 1525 Mission St. The club has DJs, bottle service, and will be open Friday and Saturday nights. Learn more here. Eater Wire]

NAPA — Chef Matthew Lightner's highly anticipated restaurant Ninebark opened at 813 Main St. in Napa last week. There are three floors, each of which is dedicated to a different dining concept. Reservations can be made here. [Eater Wire]

NAPACa'Momi Osteria is now open at 1141 1st St. in downtown Napa featuring an extensive menu of antipasti, VPN-certified pizzas, housemade pastas, lots of offal, as well as Ca'Momi wine and beer brewed on site. Go here for the entire menu and hours. [Eater Wire]

NAPA — Yountville boasts a new tasting room and bottle shop as of the weekend. Former Dean & DeLuca wine director Kerrin Laz opened K. Laz at 6484 Washington St. Make an appointment for a tasting here. [Eater Wire]

HAYES VALLEYProject Juice opened a new location at 364 Hayes St. called Project Juice Test Kitchen. The name says it all as the new spot is dedicated to testing new products and creating new menu items, including, for the first time, hot food. Find out more information and hours here. [Eater Wire]

LOS GATOS — With last week's Los Gatos opening, Super Duper now has 10 Bay Area locations. The latest space is at 15991 Los Gatos Blvd., Building 3. The menu and hours can be found here. [Eater Wire]

FINANCIAL DISTRICTElixiria, a new vegetarian and vegan restaurant is now open at 25 Beale St. The health food eatery creates cold pressed juices on site and serves organic coffee and pastries. Get more information here. [Tablehopper]

HAYES VALLEYNojo reopened at 231 Franklin St. after its August closure and is now under new ownership. The menu, however, will still feature favorites like yakitori and the Nojo sundae. Head here for hours. [Inside Scoop]

OAKLANDPacific Brewing Company is open again at 906 Washington St. after undergoing an extensive renovation, including a remodeled space and revamped menu. See the hours and menu here. [7x7]

INNER SUNSET — A new Hong Kong style-fusion restaurant, Café 1920, opened in the Inner Sunset at 1830 Irving St. The menu features Chinese dishes as well as plates that reference Italy and Thailand. [Hoodline]

YERBA BUENA — There's a new casual diner above the Yerba Buena bowling alley at 720 Howard St. The Pin Up All-Star Diner, which hopes to be the neighborhood's next great sports bar, serves simple comfort food, all made from scratch. Go here for photos of the food and space. [Hoodline]

TENDERLOINBodega Bistro has reopened at 607 Larkin St. after being closed by the health department in September. Find hours here. [Tablehopper]

FINANCIAL DISTRICTLou's Café opened a third location, this time at 100 Pine St. in the Financial District. The menu is similar with design-your-own and gourmet sandwiches. See the menu here. [Tablehopper]

October 12

NOB HILL — As of this weekend, Nob Hill has a brand new Thai spot in Ben Thai, located at 1331 Polk St. Grab all the food and opening hours information here. [EaterWire]

NOB HILLCommon Sage, a new deli and market at 1552 Polk St., is now open, serving sandwiches and rice balls. The menu changes daily, so head here to see options and hours. [EaterWire]

CASTRO — Coffee shop Neighbor's Corner opened at 499 Douglas St. with coffee (duh), tea, pastries and frozen custard. Head here for hours and some photos of the food. [EaterWire]

NOB HILL — Get champagne and french fries at The Fine Mousse, now open at 1098 Jackson St. Read more about it here and grab opening hours here. [EaterWire]

UNION SQUARE — Taking over the old La Boulange space under the dome in Westfield Center is cafe and marketplace El Mercado, a pop-up for low-income food entrepreneurs to test concepts hosted by Las Cocina. It runs until December 22 (at which point a new concept will move in), so head now to check out what some of our city’s food entrepreneurs are doing. [EaterWire]

SAN MATEOOff the Grid has a new location at Hillsdale Caltrain Station. It’s open Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and rotating food trucks include Oaxacan Kitchen, Don Pablo, Frozen Kuhsterd, The Boneyard, Los Tolucas, and Izzy's Cheesesteaks, though the lineup changes weekly. Head here to see what trucks will be there each week. [EaterWire]

TENDERLOIN — Vegan sandwich spot Kit Fox is open at The Hall. Head here for a look at the menu and here for opening hours. [EaterWire]

SANTA ROSA — Un-fried fish tacos are the thing to get at Santa Rosa Seafood Raw Bar and Grill, which is now open at 946 Santa Rosa Ave. Official opening hours available here. [Tablehopper]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT — The third location of Proper Food has landed at 350 California St. It’s just like the others with grab-and-go meals of breakfast, salad and sandwiches, which should suit the neighborhood just fine. Here’s the deal on opening hours. [EaterWire]

HEALDSBURG — KIN in Windsor’s little sister KINsmoke is now open at 304 Center St. with a whole lot of barbecue. It’s a counter service spot of barbecue sold by the pound from the wood-burning stove or backyard barbecue pit. Head here for opening hours. [Inside Scoop]

INNER SUNSET — All-you-can-eat Chinese lunch and nighttime hot pot spot iPot has been quietly open at 1420 Irving St. since early September. The dinner menu also includes some dim sum, and drinks are soon to come. Opening hours available here. [Hoodline]


October 5

COW HOLLOW — A Thai chicken-and-rice spot has opened in the old Lucky Dogs space at 2211 Filbert St. serving counter-service poached chicken or tofu over white or brown rice with steamed vegetables, sauce and chicken broth. Rooster & Rice is closed Sundays and Mondays to start, but you can check it out 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, and 11 a.m. to 9  p.m. Thursday through Saturday. [EaterWire]

UNION SQUARE — Crossing the Bay from Berkeley is Asha Tea House, now open at 17 Kearny St. with tableside teapot service, fruit and milk tea. It’s open to start from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY — After a 20-year close, Spats is back in Berkeley at 1974 Shattuck Ave. to serve locals some Fog Cutters, 25-cent wings on Wednesdays, tacos on Tuesdays and general bar food every day. Owners updated the space (and added a retractable roof to the 1,000-square-foot backyard patio as well as TV’s), but kept the "funky style" Spats-regulars remember. Some upcoming features will include brunch and a wheel to spin for a surprise drink. [EaterWire]

BERKELEYHerb n’ Chicken is serving up salads, rotisserie chicken and sides in Gourmet Ghetto’s Epicurious Garden at 1511 Shattuck Ave. Head here for menus and hours. [Berkeleyside]

OAKLAND — Catch some live music and "Brazilian-inspired soul food" at Blue Bay Bar and Grillnow open at 5817 Shattuck Ave. Hours, menus and live music schedule here. [Berkeleyside]

OAKLANDGrand Fare makes its massive debut today in Oakland at 3265 Grand Ave. with an oyster bar, market, café and park in 8,000 square feet of space. Head here for a first look inside the space and more details. [EaterWire]

SANTA ROSA — Jewish-Asian-Southern mash-up Bird and The Bottle has opened at 1055 Fourth St. Check out the menu and hours here. [Bite Club Eats]

BERKELEY — Nob Hill’s Flour & Co. has expanded to Berkeley at 1398 University Ave. where it’s baking up cookies, pies, biscuits, cakes and more, plus soups and sandwiches for lunch. Head here for all the necessary location info. [Berkeleyside]


September 28

POTRERO HILLDat Spot Rotisserie & Comfort Food opened today in Chez Maman's old spot at 1453 18th St. The rotisserie chicken (served with two sides and two sauces) looks to be a favorite, though there are entrees like fried chicken, pork chops, and meatloaf to choose from as well. There will also be weekend brunch. [EaterWire]

INNER RICHMONDKoja Kitchen opened a brick-and-mortar location in the Inner Richmond at 343 Clement St. last week, so now San Franciscans don't have to wait in the food truck line for their popular "burgers" and kamikaze fries. The restaurant also has rice bowls, tacos, and a secret menu you'll have to ask about. Head here for hours and the full menu. [EaterWire]

BERNAL HEIGHTSPinkie's Bakery opened their second location in the old Sandbox Bakery at 833 Cortland Ave. this weekend. The additional space will let Pinkie's double its wholesale accounts and expand its pastry menu. Look for croissants and French pastries in addition to the existing classic American muffins and breads. Find hours here. [SF Business Times]

FINANCIAL DISTRICTOnigilly opened its third location at 455 Market St. last week. Diners can expect much of the same: ordering the traditional Japanese fast food by the piece or in a choice of five set meals. Get hours and menu here. [EaterWire]

MISSIONMateo's Taqueria, a new taqueria focused on (you guessed it) burritos and tacos opened in the Mission last week at 2471 Mission Street. The Facebook page says the focus is on using "the best ingredients free of GMO's, natural and organic as much as possible." [Tablehopper]

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCOArmstrong Brewing, the South San Francisco brewery is now softly open at 415 Grand Avenue. Expect four house brews on tap, as well as a few guest taps, all of which can be enjoyed outside in the beer garden. Food should be available come early October. Find out hours and what's on tap here. [Tablehopper]

MISSION—Yeral Caldas (Cholo Soy) opened his second Peruvian restaurant in San Francisco last week at 3015 Mission St. The new spot, El Ají, has 15 tables, a minimalistic interior, and serves simple dishes true to the Peruvian tradition. [Mission Local]

OAKLANDLittle Giant Ice Cream is now open for business at 1951 Telegraph Ave. Two things of note: The ice cream is made on-site and does not use a pre-purchased base and there are boozy flavors, like Mango Mezcal. Find hours here. [Tablehopper]

MID-MARKETVerso, the new 14,000-square foot nightclub from The PlumpJack Group opened on Friday night at 1525 Mission St. Verso is adjacent to sister bar Forgery, but will only be open to the public on Friday and Saturday nights. (The space can be rented out for private events the other days.) Go here for hours and bottle service requests. [EaterWire]

OAKLANDSteel Rail, the new eatery from reggae-loving trio Temoor Noor, Steve Sparkes, and Effie Speigler, opened on Friday in Jack London Square at 439 Water St. The café hopes to be a casual, affordable spot for grabbing coffee, lunch, and post-work beers, of which there are 10 on tap. See the hours and menu here. [Inside Scoop]

BERKELEY—Taiwan-based chain 85ºC is now open in at 21 Shattuck Square, serving gourmet cakes and breads at affordable prices, including egg tarts, sponge cake, cream puffs, and their popular Marble Taro bread. See more menu items here. [East Bay Express]

BERKELEY—A new board game café opened last week at 1797 Shattuck Ave. Victory Point Café has 750 board games, which will cost you $5 per visit to borrow. Guests can also snack on Teddy Grahams, gummy bears, and sandwiches, and there will be beer and wine when the ABC license goes through. See a full menu and list of board games here. [Berkeleyside]

BERKELEY—UC Berkeley reopened its on-campus pub, Bear's Lair, at 2475 Bancroft Way last week. So far Yelpers don't seem excited, complaining about the lack of pitchers, the lack of TVs, and the fact that "it's not anything like" the old one used to be. [Berkeleyside]

MENLO PARK—Chef Bradley Ogden is now serving up gourmet hot dogs, hand spun milkshakes, and craft beers at his hot dog joint, Bradley's Funky Franks located at 1195 Merrill St. The dogs are all made with local, fresh ingredients, and there's even a vegan option for, well, vegans. See the signature dogs and topping selections here. [EaterWire]

Little Giant Ice Cream

1951 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94612 (510) 922-1426

Steel Rail Public House

, Oakland, CA (510) 823-2345


1525 Mission Street, , CA 94103 (415) 300-2995 Visit Website

Project Juice

364 Hayes St, San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 423-3414


813 Main St, Napa, CA 94559 (707) 226-7821

Mateo's Taqueria

, San Francisco, CA (415) 648-6000

Victory Point Cafe

1797 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94709 (510) 982-6325 Visit Website

Bear's Lair Tavern

2465 Bancroft Way #140, Berkeley, CA 94704 Visit Website

El Aji Peruvian Restaurant

3015 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 658-7349


37 Yerba Buena Lane, San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 872-7363 Visit Website


25 Beale Street, , CA 94105 (628) 444-3149 Visit Website

Koja Kitchen

343 Clement St, San Francisco, CA 94118 (415) 871-3383


455 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 590-2494 Visit Website

Armstrong Brewing Company

415 Grand Ave, South San Francisco, CA 94080 (415) 745-2739

Dat Spot Rotisserie & Comfort Food

1453 18th St, Spirit Lake, IA 51360, USA