This Week's Top SF Restaurant and Food News

Catch the biggest headlines of the past seven days, in case you missed them
April 4, 2014
by Tamara Palmer

This week flew by and you didn't have time to stay on top of the local culinary headlines. No biggie, simply allow us to recap the hits for you right now - in case you missed 'em:

• Mission District wine bar and merchant St. Vincent is host to one of the most secretly awesome bread programs in the city. [Zagat SF]

• Check in at Trou Normand, the bustling new restaurant from the Bar Agricole team, to discover the best bites and sips for your buck. [Zagat SF]

• Time to re-up that FasTrak or Clipper card and get thee to Oakland - here are five new reasons you should do this immediately. [Zagat SF]

• Chef/TV personality Ryan Scott will open a pub in Potrero Hill next to his outpost of Market and Rye. The projected opening is in late spring or early summer. [Inside Scoop SF]

• Wine tasting just got a lot more civilized, and possibly safer, since the on-demand car service Uber is now online in Napa. [Inside Scoop SF]

• Congratulations to Matthew Accarrino of SPQR, who has been named as one of the Best New Chefs of 2014 by Food and Wine. [Zagat]

• A Kickstarter campaign aims to raise funds to publish a new San Francisco-based quarterly magazine called GFF (Gluten-Free Forever). The plan is to have a print and online version. [Eater SF]

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