Ready for meat with your ice cream? Eager to try a sea-salt foam drink?
Here's the latest news from the local culinary scene, which includes a new cart that combines frozen treats and Vietnamese food, a Danish juicery, and newcomers to The Hall on Market Street.
Union Square: Tiff & Terry's Rolls
700 block Market Street
We begin this week with Tiff & Terry's Rolls, a spring roll and ice cream kiosk located on Market Street in front of Peet's Coffee.
Tipster extraordinaire Albertino said the new shop will sell "traditional Vietnamese spring rolls" as well as ice cream and beverages. A small order of spring rolls are $5, while a large goes for $8.
"In addition to that, they've got a mobile freezing pan to make rolled ice cream. It's $6 for just rolls in cup, but add fruit for $1 or meat for $2 more," said Al.
(If you end up ordering the meat-ice cream combo, please let us know how it tasted in the comments below.)
The new business, which takes major credit and debit cards, will be open Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm.
Union Square: Enough
49 Kearny St. (at Maiden Lane)
Albertino also alerted us that the boarded-up storefront at 49 Kearny Street—once home to Salon 49—will soon be home to an eatery called Enough.
The café will reportedly specialize in milk teas and sea salt foam drinks. He added that the new business is slated to have a soft opening on August 3rd and will continue its specials for two weeks.
It's open Monday -Friday from 7am to 6pm and on Sunday from 8am to 5pm.
Mid Market: The Hall
1028 Market Street (at Golden Gate Ave.)
Next door in Mid-Market, Al confirmed that three business have recently moved into the market-hall eatery. Customers will now find Back East Sandwich Shop, Chez BoBo, and Katsu Curry by Kobayashi Design office.
Back East Sandwich Shop is open weekdays from 11am to 8pm and has an assortment of hot and cold sandwiches, including the Leonardo (marinated roasted eggplant, squash, red onion, roasted red peppers, mozzarella, pesto and balsamic), Chub (house made meatballs, fresh mozzarella, basil, grated cheese and house made marinara) and others for $12 each.
The shop also serves cold sandwiches, salads (Caprese, pasta and tortellini), chips and soft drinks.
It's the second location for Chez BoBo, a healthy Vietnamese eatery, which also operates a stand at the farmers market on Sundays at Fort Mason Center.
According to its website it serves fresh spring rolls, Vietnamese sandwiches, noodle soups and vermicelli bowls, as well as fresh vegetable drinks and Vietnamese iced coffee.
Lastly, Albertino said the curry used at Katsu Curry is actually a recipe from the owner's mother. He added that "the katsu was lightly battered, full of crisp and not oily, totally a meal of its own IMHO."
Chez BoBo and Katsu Curry are both open weekdays from 11am to 8pm as well.
Pacific Heights: Joe & The Juice
2231 Fillmore St. (at Sacramento St.)
Up in Pac Heights, tipster Elena K. sent us the photo above of Joe & The Juice's newest Bay Area location. This will be the sixth location for the Copenhagen-based juicing company, which is also working on building out its fifth location at 50 California Street.
We don't know when these two locations will finally make their debut, but when we get details, we'll let you know.
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