Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF editor Allie Pape shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.
The dining room at 1760. [Photo: Patricia Chang]
NOB HILL—1760, the chic and casual new spinoff of Acquerello, opened to the public this week. Take a look around and see the food and cocktail menus.
BAY AREA—Brunch! It's the Bay Area's favorite meal, and we've got 15 newly introduced ones to whet your weekend appetite.
THE MISSION—Fans of Santa Clara's megapopular Orenchi Ramen will be pleased to learn they're opening a second location on Valencia Street next year.
CIVIC CENTER—Dirty Water, a massive new bar with 51 taps of obscure beer, 100 wines by the glass, and lots of rare spirits, is headed to mid-Market in the near future.
UNION SQUARE—Acclaimed food blogger and author Pim Techamuanvivit is a Thai native, and now she's opening an authentic Thai spot, Kin Khao, in the Parc 55 Hotel, with cocktails by the Bon Vivants.
THE MISSION—The Vestry, the restaurant arm of Valencia concert hall The Chapel, is on its way shortly. We've got more intel on the menu, drinks, and design.
FINANCIAL DISTRICT—Two smaller new spots opened their doors this week: Workshop Cafe, a coffee shop designed for laptoppers, and Ordinaire, a chic Oakland wine bar with 8 taps and a big bottle selection.
JACK LONDON SQUARE—James Syhabout (Commis, Hawker Fare) is teaming up with the Linden Street Brewery team to open a new beer garden and restaurant, The Dock at Linden Street.