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Rickybobby owner finds a kitchen in the Outer Richmond

Former Rickybobby owner James Moisey has reemerged after his restaurant’s recent closure, in the kitchen of Americana Grill. Though the restaurant recently underwent a kitchen renovation, the ecclectic menu of American classics like burgers and pork chops mixed in with dishes like five spice chicken remains the same. It’ll be interesting to see what changes Moisey might make, given his penchant for Southern comfort food. [EaterWire]

Masak Masak moves to the Mission

Popular Malaysian pop-up Masak Masak is back after a summer-long hiatus. This time it’s popping up in the Mission at 1546 15th St., with a full menu of flavorful offerings.

Wine bar District is now awash in the hard stuff

Now Giants fans can drop by District for a little post-game whiskey, as the wine bar has added a huge selection of the brown liquor to the roster. Over 60 small batch bourbons, scotches, ryes, and accompanying cocktails are now on offer .

Boot and Shoe Service cuts out lunch, for now

The popular Oakland restaurant from Charlie Hallowell (Pizzaiolo, Penrose) is currently under construction. And while its new state-of-the-art kitchen is in the works, management has decided to cut out lunch service. New daytime hours will be from 7 a.m.- noon until further notice; dinner remains the same.

Aperto is up for sale

The cozy, Potrero Hill Italian spot is now for sale, for the tune of $295,000. The price includes the business and the liquor license, but not the building. The listing also states that the current lease (with $4,875 per month rent) must be renegotiated by the buyer. And the biggest blow: The dining room mirror will NOT be included in the sale.

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