The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.
Invest in some bowling shoes, because the second restaurant-bowling alley to open in S.F. — in less than a month — will start setting up the pins this Monday. Inside Scoop shares some details about Anthony Myint's food program at the Mission Bowling Club, mainly that there will be a variety of food options (3176 17th St. at South Van Ness). And finally, after taking a peek at the menu, someone has answered our question about what's good bowling food: They have a whole section titled “food on a stick.”
Name change: Inside Scoop discovers Ryan Scott's pending restaurant has changed its moniker to Market & Rye (from the good-mannered Please & Thank You). The casual restaurant may open as early as next week.
There will soon be a new place to sip and swirl. Eater SF shares that Noe Valley Wine Merchants is readying to open this Saturday (3821 24th St. at Church). Owner James Mead already has a bi-weekly tasting event in the works.
Food truck news: LiveSOMA reports that Euro Grill has taken over the parking lot on Sixth St. at Harrison. The post notes that unless you're grabbing something from the food trailer, you're not allowed to park there.
Tablehopper shares the sugary news, via a reader, that dessert truck SFDelights has hit S.F. streets. According to the SFDelights Facebook, it claims to be the city's first “mobile fusion dessert truck,” and has been roaming the city since early February.
And Inside Scoop reminds us Off the Grid at Fort Mason will return next Friday (March 23). There's even a boozy addition to this year's food truck gathering — a beer garden.