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Foodie Updates: Tartine Expands, Urban Putt Opening, and More

Front and center among this week's food news is the planned expansion of Tartine Bakery to the Heath Ceramics building at 18th and Alabama. But elsewhere in town, two-year-old Dixie has called it quits in the Presidio, the Mission's new mini-golf course/bar/restaurant Urban Putt is set to open in a few weeks, and French Laundry is heading for a temporary closure – and possible stint as a pop-up.

Foodie Updates: Castagna Reopens, Bad Reviews for Mission Chinese, and More

Maybe you spent those couple of rainy nights this week huddled at home, or maybe you returned to your favorite, most comforting neighborhood haunts for familiar meals. In any event, here's what's been happening in the restaurant scene while you were hiding out.

Foodie Updates: Plank Brings Bowling to Oakland, Incanto Says Goodbye, and More

This week in restaurant and bar news we have a new eating and entertainment venue coming to the former Barnes & Noble at Jack London Square in Oakland, the final bow for Incanto, and a few more details about Corey Lee's upcoming Hayes Valley bistro, Monsieur Benjamin.

Foodie Updates: Home Skillet Comes to Market, James Beard Finalists, and More

Hear ye, food fans: We've got some news for you this week. The people behind successful mid-Market breakfast and lunch spot Little Griddle are opening a spinoff in the former Pearl's space; the Outerlands reopening is delayed and we've got some slightly sad news about the chef; and a bevy of Bay Area chefs and others were nominated for James Beard Awards this week.

Foodie Updates: A New Brunch Spot, Fifth Floor Becomes Dirty Habit, and More

This week in restaurant and bar happenings around town, we bring you news of the new Bar Agricole spinoff Trou Normand, a new chef back at Bar Agricole, a new Mexican brunch option, and news about the replacement concept at Fifth Floor, arriving in May.

Foodie Updates: Incanto Closing, Local Cellar Debuts, and More

The big food headline of the week is the closure, later this month, of Chris Cosentino's 12-year-old flagship Incanto. But also in the news is the opening of Humphry Slocombe's Ferry Building shop, the debut of Local Cellar in the Mission, and yet another beer bar on its way to Lower Nob Hill.

Foodie Updates: The Square Opening in North Beach, Esta Noche Closes, and More

This week in restaurant news, we have the revamp of two shuttered spaces, one in North Beach and one in SoMa, and the return of restaurateur George Chen, who's at work on a big food complex in Chinatown.

Foodie Updates: Kin Khao Opens Tonight, Pearl's to Close Mid-Market Location, and More

This week's food-world news brings us a new beer bar in the Tenderloin, the closing of Pearl's Deluxe Burgers 2-year-old mid-Market location, and the debut of the new modern Thai restaurant near Union Square from famed food blogger Chez Pim.

Foodie Updates: New Beer Bar Opens on Polk, New Life at the Old Masa's, and More

In this week's food news, we have the opening of a new beer spot WOODS Polk Station, a new project in SOMA from Chris Cosentino, the launch of Pal's Burger Time, and a new wine bar headed to a troubled building in the Tenderloin. 

Foodie Updates: Second Act Opens in the Haight, Hamburger Mary's Might Come to the Castro, and More

This week in local food news we've got an update on the Absinthe Group's Spanish concept coming to SoMa, the opening of the Second Act Marketplace in the old Red Vic, and some movement on a long dormant space in the Castro.

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