Tidbits: Cream Puffs, Horner's Corner in Noe Valley, Bun Mee to FiDi, Brunch at Stones Throw, More

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The combination banh mi from Bun Mee. Yelp photo by Denise T.

Haighteration has news that a new French bakery is coming to the Lower Haight. The new bakery, called ~CHOUX~, comes from owner Laura Athuil, who hails from Nice, France. She’ll focus on cream puffs with different flavors, and may add some other menu items as well. Right now, opening is planned for mid-February. 248 Fillmore St. at Haight.

There’s a new taker for the Noe’s Bar space in Noe Valley: Ivor Bradley, who is also a partner at The Creamery in SoMa. The new spot will be called ~HORNER’S CORNER~ after John Horner, a historical figure who purchased the area in 1850, according to Noe Valley SF. The plan is to keep the bar friendly to sports fans and local residents, with a menu that includes burgers, pizza, and salads, plus a happy hour menu. 1199 Church St. at 24th St.

I have been trying to get information for a couple of months on ~ARCHIVE BAR & KITCHEN~, but after awhile you just gotta give up on people who don’t respond to emails, texts, and calls. Eater has the details: it’s in the old Mondo Caffe space in SoMa, serving craft beer, wine, charcuterie and cheese, and pizza. Edison bulbs, check. Open Mon-Fri 10am-10pm. 602 Mission St. at 2nd St.

Fillmore Vietnamese sandwich slinger ~BUN MEE~ is opening a Financial District location soon. Scoop reports that the new location is going to be almost twice as big as the Fillmore one, and will offer additional catering options. The plan is to open in January. 660 Market St. at Geary.

~HI LO CLUB~ (the bar) is throwing a party on Wednesday December 4th: Bacon and Bourbon Happy Hour. That evening, ordering any bourbon of your choice also includes a side of thick-sliced apple-smoked bacon to go alongside your beverage. You’ll also be able to get bourbon-braised pork belly—available from 6pm until they run out. 1423 Polk St. at Pine, no phone.

Russian Hill’s ~STONES THROW~ is now serving brunch on Sundays from 11am-2pm. The menu changes seasonally; current options include egg dishes, sweet choices like brioche French toast, and snacks like oysters or doughnuts. Take a look at the menu here. 1896 Hyde St. at Green, 415-796-2901.