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Elite Social Club Soho House Reportedly Eyes SF Armory

And more things to know today Is Soho House storming the Armory? The SF Armory, a Moorish-style castle in the Mission built for the National Guard, was until this January used as a headquarters and set for BDSM porn [Read entire story]

Last Call for Boccalone’s Tasty Salted Pig Parts Is This Weekend

The popular pig parts emporium will sell off its remaining meats Boccalone, the charcuterie shop known for its Tasty Salted Pig Parts, closed its doors in the Ferry Building at the end of October. Lucky for the shop’s [Read entire story]

Monk’s Kettle Turns 10, Lowers Prices on Beer and Food

Making anniversary toasts easier Two stories you don’t hear every day: A restaurant staying in business for a decade, and a restaurant lowering its prices. Monk’s Kettle is doing both. “At this point, with ten [Read entire story]

Where To Get Last-Minute Thanksgiving Take-Out in SF

10 ways to avoid lifting a finger Here’s a reason to be thankful: Local caterers, markets, and restaurants that do holiday cooking for take-out, and in many cases, delivery. The options include Bi-Rite’s [Read entire story]

Inside White Cap, Warming Up the Outer Sunset With Cocktails and Sherry

A surfer-owned bar with drinks from the Treasury’s bartender Carlos Yturria, who runs the cocktail program at The Treasury, typically caters to the FiDi’s suit-and-tie-clad clientele. But at White Cap, a new Outer [Read entire story]

Coi’s Chef Departs After Earning Three Michelin Stars

For now, chef Matthew Kirkley will focus solely on the world's biggest culinary competition, the Bocuse D'Or Just two years after taking on the leadership of Coi’s kitchen from chef-owner Daniel Patterson, executive [Read entire story]

Enter The Kon-Tiki, a Tropical Oasis in Oakland’s Chinatown

A paradise with umbrella drinks and cheeseburgers The Kon-Tiki is ready to set sail, celebrating its grand opening this weekend with volcano bowls and pupu platters aplenty. The 1,800-square-foot space at 347 14th Street [Read entire story]

MAU Reopens on Valencia With New Menu, Renewed Lease

The Vietnamese favorite is back Popular Valencia Street Vietnamese restaurant MAU, which narrowly avoided closure thanks to an 11th hour lease renegotiation agreement, is back open for lunch and dinner as of this week. [Read entire story]

Inside International Smoke, Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina’s Monument to Barbecue

It’s now filling the first floor of the Millennium Tower International Smoke is now filling the first floor of the Millennium Tower and the sizable shoes of Michael Mina’s previous restaurant there, RN74. Setting [Read entire story]

The Saratoga Plans Brunch With Billionaire’s Bacon and Mimosa Donuts

On Sundays starting next month Sophisticated but unstuffy TenderNob bar and restaurant The Saratoga is turning one (don’t be fooled by the historic building, which dates to 1907), and owners Bacchus Management Group [Read entire story]

More Details on Una Pizza’s Impending Move to NYC

It will close in the next few weeks Una Pizza Napoletana, the Naples-style SoMa pizzeria from Anthony Mangieri, is officially packing up and moving to New York. Mangieri has confirmed to Eater that the restaurant will [Read entire story]

Preview the Menu for International Smoke From Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina

Around the world in many meats Dinner dream team Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina have finalized their globe-trotting barbecue menu for International Smoke, due to open Monday, November 13. Curry, Mina, and co. gave [Read entire story]

Literally Trendy Ramen Shop Opens on 16th Street

Ushio Ramen has replaced Katea’s bubble tea Look what the tide dragged in: A new 16th Street ramen restaurant that’s declaring itself trendy with the name Ushio Ramen, which translates to “tide” and can imply [Read entire story]

All The Pretty Dishes on ‘Aina’s New Hawaiian Tasting Menu

Six courses for $60 Dogpatch Hawaiian restaurant ’aina has taken a rare trajectory in SF dining, completing the journey from a popular brunch pop-up to a brick-and-mortar restaurant with a modern tasting menu. That [Read entire story]

Una Pizza Napoletana Definitely Closing [UPDATED]

It’s moving to New York Updated 11:43 PST: According to a tweet from SF Chron editor Paolo Lucchesi, Una Pizza Napoletana is open for pizza tonight, November 9. But, it’s still closing. No date has been set. [Read entire story]

Bauer Goes Mad for Marin’s Newest Dining Destination

Also: Korean stonepots of varying quality and Oakland’s “new wave” izakaya Namu Stonepot Eater’s Rachel Levin was underwhelmed by Dennis, David, and Daniel Lee’s fast-casual Namu outpost on Divisadero. The [Read entire story]

Bauer Goes Mad for Marin’s Newest Dining Destination

Also: Korean stonepots of varying quality and Oakland’s “new wave” izakaya Namu Stonepot Eater’s Rachel Levin was underwhelmed by Dennis, David, and Daniel Lee’s fast-casual Namu outpost on Divisadero. The [Read entire story]

Oakland Bar Owner Flees to Mexico to Avoid Child Sexual Abuse Charges

The proprietor of Small Wonder has been accused of rape since 2015 Jason McLean, the owner of Uptown Oakland bar and venue Small Wonder, has reportedly fled to Mexico to avoid charges that he sexually abused children in [Read entire story]

Oakland Bar Owner Flees to Mexico to Avoid Child Sexual Abuse Charges

The proprietor of Small Wonder has been accused of rape since 2015 Jason McLean, the owner of Uptown Oakland bar and venue Small Wonder, has reportedly fled to Mexico to avoid charges that he sexually abused children in [Read entire story]

Tadich Grill Sued by DC Spinoff Regarding Alleged Racism

And more to know today Tadich, grilled Almost immediately after San Francisco’s oldest restaurant, Tadich Grill, expanded to DC, rumors surfaced that the restaurant’s owners, the Buich family, had ostracized one of [Read entire story]