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Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF associate editor Rose Garrett shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.

SAN FRANCISCO—Easter is Sunday, and you don't have brunch plans yet. No worries: these 15 spots are tasty and still have seats open. They range from picky parent-pleasers to fun places for friends.

SAN FRANCISCO—Work up an appetite: here are the 12 spring and early summer openings that'll be on everyone's lips in the coming months.

SAN FRANCISCO—A new startup called Table8 is hoping that SF's ruling class will be willing to pay $20-25 a shot for prime reservations at some of the city's best restaurants.

NOE VALLEY—Just a month after Chris Cosentino and Mark Pastore's long-running Incanto shut down, it's re-emerged in the form of the more casual Porcellino.

LOWER HAIGHT—Yes, you read it right: Three Twins offers a $3.3K 'World's Most Expensive Sundae," complete with a cello performance while you eat.

SOMAThe Alchemist has debuted their downstairs expansion Woodbury, a hunting lodge-inspired retreat for beer, bourbon and bar bites.

HAIGHT-ASHBURY—The controversial Bacon Bacon storefront that was shut down by NIMBY complaints reopens this weekend with a less porky aroma.

BERNAL HEIGHTSA new spot is headed to Bernal from a pair of Anchor Oyster Bar alums. Called Red Hill Station, it will have a seafood focus and an afternoon fish market for local shopping.