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Tartine Manufactory Now Open All Week and More A.M. Intel

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Tartine Manufactory
Tartine Manufactory
Patricia Chang

Tartine Manufactory is now open seven days a week

Shortly after opening, SF culinary palace Tartine Manufactory took a pause on Tuesdays to regroup. Now, the bread and pastry haven is ready to operate seven days a week for breakfast and lunch, starting today, Tuesday, September 20.

1760 launches family-style dinner experience

1760’s family-style dinner experience
1760’s family-style dinner experience
Grace Sager

Starting Sunday, September 25, 1760 executive chef Carl Foronda is starting a new “family-style dinner experience” that includes five courses for $65 per person of dishes like heirloom tomato gazpacho with salted egg, watermelon, and cucumber and bavette steak with maitake mushrooms, bok choy, miso-sherry jus, and wheat berries. There’s also an optional $35 wine pairing.

Eric Ripert on Eater Upsell

Acclaimed Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert stopped by Eater’s podcast to chat his quintessential New York meal, guest starring on Parts Unknown, and the restaurant dress code, among other things. Head here for a listen.

Tour Chinatown’s neon lights

Take a lovely tour through Chinatown’s faded neon lights — many of which belong to restaurants gone by — via Hoodline.

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