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Kim Alter
Kim Alter
Patricia Chang

Chef Kim Alter's (Plum) upcoming Nightbird is one of the city's most anticipated fall openings, and now there are more details on the project from Alter herself. The 38-seat-space, which combined the former Stelline and Las Estrellas spaces in Hayes Valley, will be a weekly-changing four- to five-course tasting menu (with intermezzos and amuses) concept around $95- $115, with tax and tip, Hoodline reported. The restaurant is named after Alter's childhood love of owls and will be connected to a seven-seat bar called the Linden Room, though the spaces will be "super different," Alter said. Nightbird will feature "vegetal" elements and lighter colors, while Linden Room will have a "1930s Art Deco hotel" vibe.

Daniel Patterson Group (Coi, Alta, Aster) is a founding member of the restaurant, which will arrive early December, adding to the onslaught of high-profile Hayes Valley restaurants, like Petit CrennLittle Gem and Adriano Paganini's upcoming 450 Hayes Street project.

Nightbird

330 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA

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