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Vive La Tarte Will Bring Its Unconventional Baked Goods to LA

To tempt your friends in Silver Lake

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Vive La Tarte

LA, meet “tacros”

SoMa-based bakery and cafe Vive La Tarte is expanding to Los Angeles, bringing its classic pastry and zany innovations like stuffed croissants and savory taco croissants to Silver Lake. Belgian couple Julie Vandermeersch and Arnaud Goethals aren’t the first new school bakery from SF to expand to LA: See the cruffin fiends from Mr. Homes Bakehouse, who expanded south in 2016.

Umami Burger closes in the Marina

Union Street is down one Umami Burger: The chain closed its location there for undisclosed reasons, directing customers instead to its SoMa location “nearby.”

18 Reasons turns 10

Bi-Rite’s non-profit community cooking school on 18th Street is celebrating a decade in the business this month with a few events of note, including “The Delicious Story Behind Blemished Produce” on June 15: See their whole birthday schedule here.

Cento Osteria is open for lunch

New Embarcadero Italian restaurant Cento Osteria is now in the lunch game at 100 Brannan Street: As of yesterday, weekday lunch is 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

San Francisco Brewing Co. does lunch and brunch

Ghirardelli Square’s big new brewpub is also getting in on the daytime action, opening for lunch service on weekdays starting at 11 a.m. and brunch on weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Looks like they’ve also got these beer boots:

San Francisco Brewing Co.

3150 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94109 (415) 484-2337 Visit Website

Ghirardelli Square

900 North Point Street, , CA 94109 (415) 775-5500 Visit Website

CENTO Osteria

100 Brannan Street, , CA 94107 (415) 543-1000 Visit Website

Stuffed

2788 Mission, San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 642-1069 Visit Website

Vive la tarte

4026 24th Street, , CA 94114 (415) 780-5818 Visit Website

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