It’s been a lifetime (okay, effective, nearly 4 years) since Eater SF shared information in regards to the upcoming boutique resort the LINE, which signed a lease for its first Bay Space outpost again in 2018. Now we lastly have extra particulars to share about what to anticipate when it comes to the food and drinks choices. The fashionable 236-room resort, designed by Handel Architects, will embody 4 meals and beverage retailers in complete: a ground-floor restaurant referred to as Tenderheart, a rooftop bar and restaurant dubbed Rise Over Run, a extra traditional resort bar referred to as Darkish Bar, and, lastly, an outpost of Los Angeles’ extremely Instagrammable Alfred Espresso.
Government chef Joe Hou is heading up the kitchens at each Tenderheart and Rise Over Run and brings some San Francisco kitchen cred to the endeavor. In accordance with a press launch, Hou, a former pastry chef, labored at Per Se and Nomad in New York Metropolis earlier than heading out west, the place he joined the workforce at Michelin-starred Angler. His resume additionally contains time within the kitchens of Palo Alto’s Hen Canine and the extra lately opened Le Fantastique in San Francisco. The press launch guarantees “considerate, subtle flavors” and menus constructed on seasonal produce, although particulars stay scarce about what precisely to anticipate on the menu at both restaurant.
Tenderheart, an all-day restaurant that may take over an indoor-outdoor area accessible by each Turk and Market streets, will serve “Northern California delicacies by a multi-cultural lens,” the press launch says. Whereas Rise Over Run, that rooftop bar and restaurant perched atop the 12-story constructing, will boast panoramic views of town and serve “canapes and shareable plates,” the corporate brags. Presumably due to town’s unpredictably chilly climate, the rooftop could have a solarium along with a terrace, so prospects can take within the sights with out having to really be uncovered to the fog.
On the beverage finish of issues, the corporate tapped native bar vet Danny Louie of Chinese language-American cocktail firm Gāmsāān. Louie spearheaded the cocktail program at Mister Jui’s, in addition to Chino and Alembic. The lobby-floor Darkish Bar is the place he’ll combine “distinctive takes on quintessential cocktails embellished by surprising bar snacks,” per the discharge.
However final, espresso: Sure, Los Angeles-based Alfred Espresso, well-known for its “However First, Espresso” neon indicators, will open its first Northern California outpost contained in the resort. Along with the standard collection of espresso drinks and tea, there shall be some grab-and-go meals choices accessible too. All of the meals and beverage retailers and the resort itself are anticipated to open to the general public on September 30.