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State Bird Provisions' Sequel Debuts; Oakland Millennial Bait; New Year's Eve Dining Under $100; More!

Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF editor Allie Pape shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.


The Progress. Photo via Patricia Chang.
FILLMORE—State Bird Provisions' sequel, the Progress, opened this week on Fillmore. Here's everything you need to know about it, from the menu to the decor to an interview with the chefs.

OAKLAND—This proposed food hall for Uptown Oakland is a hilarious bit of millennial bait.

BAY AREA—Need a New Year's dining plan that doesn't break the bank? All 20 of these spots are serving menus for under $100, a rarity on this pricey holiday.

TENDERLOIN—Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi are taking their healthy fast-food chain Loco'l seriously, opening location No. 1 at the Tenderloin's most dangerous intersection.

MISSION/POTRERO HILL—The end of the year means surprise shutters, and two big ones went down this week: five-year-old Nombe and twelve-year-old Chez Papa Bistrot.

UNION SQUARE—Attractive new Union Square spot 398 Restaurant & Bar opens tonight, with French-inspired food and cocktails from the masterminds behind the late, lamented Big.

SOUTH BEACH—The World Champs are being honored in a unique way this week with the unveiling of a gingerbread replica of AT&T Park.

SAN FRANCISCO—Like everything else in SF, Dine About Town is rebranding and jacking up its prices.