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Monday, December 19, 2011

All about cafes: Cafeto, Elite Audio Systems Cafe, and Precita Park Cafe

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 4:00 PM

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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene. A reader alerted us to a new coffee shop on College Hill, Cafeto (111 Richland at Mission). The Bernal Heights addition is working on outdoor seating and better signage. Bernalwood has a few snapshots of the place.

Another new place to grab a cup of coffee is at Elite Audio System Cafe. LiveSOMA reports that the electronic shop and coffee stand opened on Saturday, and the team behind the cafe let us know they're serving Blue Bottle Coffee (891 Folsom at Fifth St.).

Ins-and-outs of the Richmond District: Eater SF discovers the Asian-fusion restaurant, Morph, appears to be a goner -- they're closed during business hours and the phone is disconnected. But just a few blocks away, Richmond Blog SF visits Firehouse Pizza, the two-week-old pizzeria connected to Apple & Dierich Market (6001 California at 22nd Ave.), and discovers the mainly take-out operation is serving thin-crust pizzas.

Also squeezing in an opening last week was Precita Park Cafe (500 Precita at Alabama). Bernalwood notes the doors opened last Friday, although the Cafe is currently still in its soft open phase, with future plans for dinner service.

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