Don’t mess with WesBurger ‘N' More
Wes Rowe, proud Texan and owner of the Mission’s WesBurger, is donating all proceeds from sales of Lonestar beer and chips and queso to Hurricane Harvey victims until Wednesday, September 6th. He’s also serving a “Texas style brisket feed” on September 6th for $25 per person with all proceeds to Harvey victims.
Castro’s Urban Bread/CafeUB is closing
Castro coffee shop Café UB, formerly known as Urban Bread, will close at 18th and Sanchez over Labor Day. The Castro is known for its relative glut of coffee shops, and recently, another cafe and bakery, Le Marais, opened across the street.
InnerFog is now Hamilton Fog
The owner of Inner Sunset wine and tapas bar InnerFog has changed the name of his establishment, and the prices to match, at what’s now Hamilton. All items (except full bottles of wine) are $10, tax included. They’ll also start a wine class on the first Saturday of the month, beginning in October, with Advanced Sommelier Cosmin Marinescu.
Media Noche now open 7 days a week
Owners Madelyn Markoe and Jessie Barker and chef Casey Rebecca Nunes are keeping the party going with Cuban party sandwiches all week. They’ve been closed Tuesdays since opening, but will be no longer starting September 5th.
Pacific Cocktail Haven has a secret menu you need a special lens to see
Taking their secret menu game to the next level, Pacific Cocktail Haven has a new set of drinks listed on their menu that aren’t visible to the naked eye. To see them, you’ve got to look through a viewer on their business cards. Apparently, there are 7 secret drinks in total, but only 2 or 3 per menu. The bar also added a Toki Highball machine to serve an ideal pour of Suntory Whisky and fizzy water, the same one that’s also at Nihon Whisky Lounge.