Strolling along Pier 70, it’s hard to miss the behemoth Bethlehem Steel administrative building at the corner of Illinois and 20th streets. At the end the month, you will be able to purchase a fancy armchair or a delicious farm egg with crème fraiche at Pier 70. Restoration Hardware, a Corte Madera furniture manufacturer with a dedicated following, tells San Francisco Business TimesThey expect to open their latest tribute for the good and visually pleasing life by March 31st. In March, the flagship, which stands five stories high, was officially inaugurated. Recently detailed This historic San Francisco building offers 80,000 square feet worth of shopping, dining, and office space.
Pier 70 will host a number of new tenants, as Dogpatch’s redevelopment project continues. SFGateR eported in 2016. “Urgent” Postings for jobsWe are seeking hospitality workers who earn between $40 and $50 per hour for the RH restaurant and store. [San Francisco Business Times/SFGATE]
Former Atelier Crenn chef and Kinjo chef will open a Korean restaurant.
Ethan Min, Jin Lim and Jin Lim will transform the former Izakaya Kou space on Geary Boulevard and Fillmore Street into Ban Sang, a chic and approachable Korean restaurant. The ChronicleAccording to reports, diners can order $70 sets menus from Korean chefs. They met at a cooking school in April. [Chronicle]
Santa Barbara’s burrito empire:
There is no one burrito like another. That’s what made Freebirds World Burritos near the UC Santa Barbara campus so wonderful, in addition to its extended hours and well-known secret menuWriters SALE. The original 1987 location is still in excellent condition. [SFGATE]
A San Francisco entrepreneur who started a cookie company with a cause
Rachel Bieber loves running Russian Hill because it helps her stay focused on her goals. These include becoming an accomplished salsa dancer and selling cookies in order to end sex slave labor. It seems so. BloggerHer inspiration is food and courage. She’s making strides on the cookie front now that her gluten-free, dairy-free and all natural sugar-based cookies are in shops throughout the city including at the Coffee Movement and Breck’s in the Richmond. ABC 7According to reports, 10% profits go towards charity ThornThe organization aims end sex trading. [ABC7]
Corte Madera is the home of starbirds
Corte Madera Town Center is now home to the 10th California Starbird location for fried chicken. Starbird Salads and Starbird Bowls can be purchased. What Now in SF reports. The chicken is free from gluten and antibiotics. The company has a lot of VC money backing it as it seeks to expand its NorCal market presence in the next two years. [What Now SF]