Upcoming Openings: Mijoté from Kosuke Bistro, Ban Sang from Daeho, More


From Brumaire bistro March 2020 at Ordinaire. Instagram photo via @kosukecuisinier.

Here are some notes on upcoming openings and projects, starting with ~ MIJOTÉ~ coming to the Mission. A tablehopper reader told me something was moving into the former Sasaki on Harrison from Kosuke Tada, who has been doing pop-ups as Kosuke Bistro, pairing French food and natural wine at Ordinaire in Oakland. I reached out to him for details, and he wasn’t able to share any details, but he later posted this announcement on Instagram, which mentions “cuisine française + natural wine” with his wife, Grace Tada. The Chronicle posted more details about the upcoming bistro (it will have a set menu for $82), due to open in April. 2400 Harrison St. at 20th St.

A French brasserie from Roland Passot’s Left Bank Brasserie group is coming to the former Scala’s in the Sir Francis Drake hotel (reopening as the Beacon Grand). Details on the name and concept are forthcoming. 450 Powell St. at Sutter. [Via SFist]

A tablehopper reader asked me if I knew what was happening at ~IZAKAYA KOU~ in the Fillmore (it looked gutted and he was worried his favorite happy hour was gone forever) and it ends up the folks behind Daeho are opening a new project, ~BAN SANG~. It will be a higher-end, modern Korean restaurant with a set menu ($70) from Ethan Min (Atelier Crenn, Saison, Kinjo) and Jin Lim (Michael Mina, Kinjo, Kabuto) in April. 1560 Fillmore St., at Geary. [Via Chronicle]