Starting next month, Il Cane Rosso (One Ferry Building #41 at the Embarcadero) is expanding its two-month-old Sunday Supper concept to seven nights. The evening meals will take Cane Rosso's signature spit-roasted pastured meats out of the sandwich and pile them onto platters, Ad Hoc-like, in three-course menus that change nightly. Cost: $25 ($12.50 for kids 10 and under), with wine, beer, and other drinks extra. As at Sunday Supper, diners will share communal tables.
Co-chef and owner Daniel Patterson told SFoodie he and partner Lauren Kiino have yet to fix a start date, but were looking at early November. To get a rough flavor of the nightly offerings, consider last week's Sunday Supper:a first course of roasted beet and farro salad, followed by slow-roasted Pozzi Farm lamb leg with pomegranates (plus sides of polenta and roasted carrots), and chocolate crumb cake with caramel sauce to finish.