Tidbits: Cream Coming to SF, Emily Luchetti Making Moves, Tosca Now Takes Reservations

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Ice cream sandwiches from Cream. Photo from Facebook.

~CREAM~, the local ice cream sandwich chain whose name stands for “Cookies Rule Everything Around Me,” is opening their first San Francisco location in the former Ti Couz space on 16th Street, Eater reports. The customizable menu offers 20 ice cream flavors, along with 10 different kinds of cookies, including vegan and gluten-free choices. Owner Alexis Garcia is hoping to open by August. 3106 16th St. at Valencia.

Hot on the heels of the news of ~MARLOWE~’s move to Coco500’s space is the newest change from Anna Weinberg, Jennifer Puccio, and James Nicholas. They’ve hired pastry chef Emily Luchetti to run the pastry at all three of the group’s restaurants: Marlowe, Park Tavern, and the Cavalier. Luchetti was previously at Farallon and Waterbar, but will be starting her new position on September 1st. Look for some fun spins on British sweets at the Cavalier, and straightforward but well-executed choices at Marlowe and Park Tavern.

Getting a seat at ~TOSCA CAFE~ just got a little easier (or harder, depending on how averse you are to planning). They are now accepting reservations for all times the restaurant is open. They can be made here, but the bar area is still reserved for walk-ins.