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Grand Opening Alert: These Restaurants Are Coming Soon

Three much-anticipated openings.

The Charter Oak.

 

A Mano
Hayes Valley
Early May
The latest restaurant from the ever-prolific Adriano Paganini (Beretta, Lolinda, Super Duper Burger) will be an Italian eatery specializing in fresh, handmade pastas. Expect a casual vibe and—in a city where plates of pasta routinely top $25—a relatively affordable price point. 
450 Hayes St. (Near Octavia St.) 

Grocery Cafe
Oakland
ETA: May
William Lue is relocating his recently shuttered Burmese restaurant from East Oakland to Jack London Square, where larger kitchen digs will allow the chef to add ambitious new menu offerings like alligator stew and osso buco bone-marrow served with danbauk rice.
63 Jack London Sq. (Near Franklin St.)

The Charter Oak
St. Helena
ETA: Late May
The second restaurant from Christopher Kostow and the rest of the team behind the Restaurant at Meadowood will offer a more casual dining experience than the chef’s $275-per-person fine-dining flagship. The family-style menu will feature simple “elemental” cooking, much of it done over a live fire.
1050 Charter Oak Ave. (Near St. Helena Hwy.) 


Originally published in the May issue of
San Francisco 

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