Sushi by Scratch Is Coming to Healdsburg

Los Angeles-based group Sushi by Scratch is teaming up with Dustin Valette at The Matheson.
The eatery will land in Bascom Square, a small shopping center at 1554 S Bascom Avenue.
The bakery, known for providing a variety of classic donuts and pastries, is coming to 1720 Polk Street.
“I want to replicate the sake bars I go to in Kyoto: very quiet places, places where you go to really enjoy and not to have a disco party," the owner shares.
"We are currently working on building a kitchen so we can serve food and drinks and will have a Grand Opening with additional hours once this is complete," a co-owner shares.
The business recently began collaborating with Armistice Brewing Company, operating the kitchen for its new outpost in Napa.
"The owner of ramen shop Taishoken has taken over the business and its name, with plans to install Taishoken chef Yosuke Tajiri to run the cafe."
“I chose Morgan Hill as the location for our third store because it’s where I grew up. I look forward to sharing my love of wine with my hometown,” shares Ancora Vino's co-owner.
“We are thrilled to have found such a unique and cool space that embodies Morgan Hill’s agricultural roots, and we look forward to serving the Morgan Hill community,” the owner shares.
Fortunately, no one was injured — however, the rear of the building was severely damaged and has been red-tagged, meaning no entry is permitted.
"Animo will be relocating to a new venue, offering an entirely new and captivating menu," the owners share in a recent Instagram post.
The locally-owned, authentic Italian take-out restaurant is coming to 335 W Imola Avenue.
According to a recently submitted permit application, the concept will take over Suite A at 1492 Almaden Road.
"Urban Curry signed a five-year lease for the space in September, according to a source with knowledge of the leasing process who was not authorized to speak publicly."
Locals can expect "diverse Indian cuisine [prepared] with modern gastronomy techniques, innovative culinary ideas, and new flavors to elevate the traditions of Indian culture."
Dining Destination to Offer Elegant Design, a Fresh Take on Elevated Comfort Fare, A Wine and Cocktail Program, and Dynamic Event Space
Owner Ying Huang shares that the business is currently waiting for its beer and wine license application to be approved.
Coming to 1617 N Capitol Avenue, the eatery will land near establishments such as Olioli Hawaiian BBQ, Pho Dao, and Tindahan Pinoy.
"Hobee's hospitality, familiar faces, hot tea, and signature Blueberry Coffeecake will be eagerly awaiting customers at our Belmont, Palo Alto, and Sunnyvale locations and 'coming soon' to downtown San Jose."
"Our dream first started back in 2013 when we started selling coffee at local farmers markets," the coffee shop shares.

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