BeBeBar: A mother-and-daughter team owns this Brazilian fresh juice shop, which also peddles empanadas and açai bowls with organic bananas, organic granola, and chia seeds. 3809 18th St., 203-8406.
Castagna: The popular Marina French restaurant has reopened a year after it was destroyed in an electrical fire. The menu's focus is Nice, the hometown of the sibling co-owners, so expect dishes that combine Provençal, Côte d'Azur, and Italian Riviera cuisines. 2015 Chestnut, 440-4290, castagnasf.com.
Fearless Coffee: Before opening her new resto/bar Red Dog next door, Lauren Kiino of Il Cane Rosso has opened a coffee shop peddling breakfast and lunch items reminiscent of her Ferry Building spot, including the famous warm egg salad sandwich. 303 Second St., 692-0181, fearlesscoffee.com.
Grubbin': Parkside's new sub shop has made the bold choice to name its loaded sandwiches things like Droolin', Juicin', and Mouth Waterin'. Hot wings, cheesy tots, and chicken strips are also on offer. 1404 Taraval, 688-7116, grubbinsf.com.
Lime Tree Southeast Asian Kitchen: The popular Inner Sunset Malaysian restaurant brings its roti, laksa noodles, and banana leaf salmon to the Inner Richmond. The neon green paint job, thankfully, didn't make it to the second location. 836 Clement, 831-8811, limetreesf.com.
Porcellino: A month after Incanto closed, Chris Cosentino has reopened this more casual Italian deli and sandwich shop in the same Noe Valley location. Expect Boccalone meat, sliced to go and on sandwiches, and a small menu with pasta and entrees like sausage with garlicky rapini and polenta. 1550 Church, 641-4500, porcellinosf.com.
The Sea Star: There are 12 beer taps at this new Dogpatch dive from the folks behind Southern Pacific Brewing. Though "new" and "dive bar" aren't usually concepts that go together, the team wants to keep the space's century-long streak as a dive bar going. 2289 Third St., 552-5330.