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Tartine’s New Inner Sunset Location Opens for Dinner

And a new Oakland banh mi pop-up debuts

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Patricia Chang

Dinnertime at Tartine

Tartine’s 9th Avenue outpost, basically a smaller version of their Mission Manufactory that opened with breakfast and lunch in July, is now debuting dinner service. It’s no reservations, and the menu of flatbreads and roasted chicken with ratatouille (plus cool natural wines and some beers) is below.

Le Petit Paris opening in North Beach Noc Noc space

Barbary Coast Taproom, née Noc Noc North Beach, an extension of the trippy Lower Haight Bar, is changing hands. Its owner has sold the 515 Broadway Street space to a Parisian who is opening a small bistro there called Le Petit Paris 75. The last day for Barbary Coast is October 14, Hoodline reports, and La Petite Paris arrives just days later on October 16.

Goodbye, Baia

Artisanal pasta company Baia, which made its pasta using heirloom grains in Oakland starting in 2012, has closed. Sold in many markets in the region, the company, opened by Italian founder Renato Sardo and Dario Barbone, Baia didn’t make enough profits to attract more investment, the Chronicle reports.

BanhMi-Ni popping-up today

Chef Tu David Phu’s banh mi lunch pop-up, BanhMi-Ni, is softly opening today, Berkeleyside reports. The location is inside Copper Spoon, 4031 Broadway, and hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with menu options like tamarind roast beef and Beyond sausage served with a side of spicy cucumber or banana flower salad.

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