Farmerbrown heads to Terminal 1
Tenderloin soul food spot Farmerbrown opened a second location last week in the San Francisco International Airport, offering a slightly abridged version of the same menu. That includes fried chicken, catfish sandwiches, and whiskey sours. It’s just one in an exciting fleet of restaurants coming to the airport, including the Manufactory Food Hall.
Sweet Bar Bakery under new ownership
Mani Niali, the founder of Oakland’s Sweet Bar, announced yesterday that he’s sold the bakery to new owners. He wouldn’t elaborate on their identities, only saying they come with experience from Tartine and Berkeley’s Artís Coffee. According to Niali, the same staff and menu remain in place. Eater SF has reached out to Sweet Bar for more details.
A new taqueria in Berkeley
Enedina Taqueria is now open at 3001 Telegraph Avenue, on the edge of the Elmwood neighborhood. It’s a tiny, primarily takeout spot with just a few stools and a tight menu of tacos, burritos, tortas, tamales, and bacon-wrapped hot dogs.
It’s almost Cinnamon Bun Day!
Scandinavian hotspot Kantine is celebrating the Swedish holiday Kanelbullens Dag, otherwise known as Cinnamon Bun Day, tomorrow. Head there early to pick up classic cinnamon knots with pearl sugar as well as a limited-edition pumpkin-brown butter buns.
Robots are farmers now
The first robot farm in the country is officially operating in San Carlos. (And selling heads of lettuce for a dollar.) Read more about Iron Ox in the SF Chronicle.