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Monday, January 17, 2011

Opening Soon: Sweet Jane's and Taco's Sandwiches

Posted By on Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 7:10 AM

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​The past 72 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene.

Inside Scoop brings word on the future opening of Sweet Jane's (2123 Fillmore), right next to Citizen Cake. The pitch: breakfast-lunch spot run by former pastry chef Amanda Michael.

If you didn't see SFoodie's note last Friday, Christian Ciscle, former chef of Little Skillet, just signed the lease on a place he's going to name Wing Wings (422 Haight). The pitch: guess.

Two closures noted by Inside Scoop/Chron: First, Alioto-Lazio Fish Co. is closing due to the unremediated contamination of nearby waters. And Cafe Kati's Kirk Webber reveals that he is indeed closing the restaurant due to health problems.

Grub Street discovers Taco's Sandwiches (6 Sixth St.). The pitch: sandwiches, some of which sound interesting. Inexplicably, though, reading "Taco's Sandwiches" got SFoodie humming that damn Das Racist song all over again. So we inflict it upon you.

One last intriguing tidbit: The Oakland Tribune mentions that national grocery chain Fresh and Easy will be opening two stores in San Francisco in "early 2011." No word on where they might be.


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