The Restaurateurs Behind Animo Are Debuting a New Concept in Kenwood

Locals can expect the menu to offer "European-inspired bistro and trattoria dishes, like Neapolitan-style pizzas, Roman-style pasta, wiener schnitzel, and steak frites."
D&N Hot Wings describes itself as "a family-owned, SF native takeout and delivery restaurant that caters to all hot wings lovers."
The bakery is known for "big, beautiful six-ounce cookies that look as good as they taste."
Eric Passetti and Aaron Paul are planning to open Zhuzh Bar in Nob Hill.
The concept is the brainchild of Kais Bouzidi, the restaurateur behind Barcha.
Founded by Joji Nonaka and Anna Osawa, the concept currently operates out of Fish & Bird Sousaku Izakaya in Berkeley.
The pizzeria chain known for fusing Indian spices and classic Italian flavors plans to debut a new outpost at 3350 Zanker Road.
Owner Kinani Ahmed shares, “I was born in Ethiopia but have lived here most of my life. I’m a part of the community, and I want to be a part of the Mission community, too.”
Coming to 1815-17 Market Street, the yet-to-be-named eatery will neighbor establishments such as Delux Skateshop, Kuma, and the antique store Stuff.
Hi Neighbor's Co-Founder Ryan Cole shares, “We’re trying to create something that lasts for another 160 years.”
The chef plans to "harness what’s growing in the resort’s existing garden and partner with the many excellent local growers and producers in Napa Valley to create a menu that gives diners a real sense of place."
Barista is taking over the former Cafe Luna space at 3313 Sacramento Street.
The menu will offer modern takes on classic Italian dishes — think housemade focaccia, pistachio pesto, and mortadella pizza — as well as cocktails, beer, and wine.
The restaurateur behind Oakland's now-shuttered Hopscotch plans to open a new restaurant at the same address.
"The pop-up days were about making 'bricks' and now we're using them to build a house — a true San Francisco institution that will be a place of welcoming, comfort, and celebration for you for years to come."
"We signed the lease three weeks ago," Co-Owner and Brewer Alex Zobel shares.
“From the beginning, our goal was for Mission Rock to become San Francisco’s next great neighborhood and one that reflects the values and distinct character of the Bay Area."
Owner Armando Lacayo shares that the business is expanding to Mission Rock, joining a development that's been underway for 13 years.
Currently found at 326 Littlefield Avenue, the family-owned shop has been serving the Bay Area for the last 28 years.
"This restaurant is an homage to this amazing African American family and Johnson’s broader network of friends and associates by featuring all of their best recipes and family favorites." 

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