The Fresno chili chicken sandwich from Dusty Buns Bistro. Photo from Facebook.
The exterior of Nourish. Photo from Facebook.
Dustin “Dusty” Stewart and his wife, Kristin, who own local food trucks and a Fresno restaurant, are opening their first San Francisco brick-and-mortar, ~DUSTY BUNS BISTRO~, in the former Source space. Eater caught the news that they are now open. The specialty is sandwiches on freshly baked, soft buns, with options like the bistro burger, a Fresno chili chicken sandwich, and daily specials. In addition, look for soups, salads, and pastries, as well as some new vegetarian and vegan choices. For now, hours are Mon-Sat 11am-7pm, but they plan to add more, including for brunch, in the coming months, along with beer and wine. 11 Division St. at King.
There’s a new health-focused café in the Inner Richmond. It’s called ~NOURISH~ and comes from a group of three friends who met at fitness boot camp and wanted to bring vegan and vegetarian food choices to the neighborhood. The menu offers salads, sandwiches, açai bowls, and toast, along with beverages like smoothies and juices. They also have coffee from Ruby Roast, and tea. Hours are Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat-Sun 9am-3pm. H/t to Scoop. 189 6th Ave. at California, 415-571-8780.
~DOÑA MAGO~, home of tasty chilaquiles and daily special soups, has moved. They are now residing at the corner of 14th Street and South Van Ness, just a couple of blocks from their previous location. You’ll still find classic Mexican food on the menu, and hours are Mon-Sat 9am-7pm, Sun 9am-5pm. 301 South Van Ness at 14th St., 415-573-8586.