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Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF editor Allie Pape shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.


Lolo's new Mission location. [Photo: Patricia Chang]

BAY AREA—SF Beer Week has arrived, with endless opportunities for tasting, education, beer dinners, and hundreds of other events. We picked the 15 standouts of the 10-day suds spectacular.

BAY AREA—The Eater Heatmap got its monthly update. Check out the hottest new restaurants lighting up the local scene.

BAY AREA—Also freshly updated: the Coffee Heatmap, with 15 new shops and roasteries worth detouring to for your morning hit of caffeine.

THE MISSION—Loló has moved to a bigger space on Valencia, with new menu items, a mezcal bar, and colorful, inspired decor. You won't want to miss this Eater Inside—there's no reclaimed wood or subway tile in sight.

THE MISSION—Lers Ros made its debut in the Mission today, offering all the same Thai goodness in a hip renovated space at 16th and Guerrero.

HAIGHT-ASHBURY—Second Act Marketplace, the new food market in the former Red Vic, is up and running with pastries, Southern food, piroshki, fresh juice, spices, coffee, and more. Check it out and see who's serving.

THE MISSION/NOE VALLEY/TEMESCAL—Other notable openings this week: Prubechu, the Bay Area's first Guamese restaurant; Horner's Corner, an easygoing Noe Valley tavern; and Blue Bottle's gorgeous new Temescal outpost, in the historic Morse Building.

BAY AREA—Know an industry pro under 30 who deserves recognition? Nominate them for our Eater Young Guns awards!