By Justin Phillips Updated 2:54 pm PDT, Thursday, May 25, 2017 Photo: Liz Hafalia, The Chronicle View of the inside of RT Rotisserie with menu above in Hayes Valley is opening soon and seen on Tuesday, May 23 , 2017, in San Francisco, Calif. Buy this photo View of the inside of RT Rotisserie with menu above in Hayes Valley... On a dust-covered bench in a half-finished restaurant dining room, with power drills whirring in the kitchen nearby and hammers echoing downstairs, Sarah Rich and her husband, Evan, reflected on the road that brought them to RT Rotisserie (101 Oak St.), their second San Francisco restaurant, due to open Tuesday, May 30. In 2012, the couple opened Rich Table (199 Gough St.). The Hayes Valley restaurant was a hit from day one, with an eclectic menu and panache for mixing fine dining elements with a casual atmosphere. “We’ve kind of just established ourselves as Rich … [Read more...] about RT Rotisserie ready to roll in Hayes Valley
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Considered a shining example of Mid-Century Modern architecture, the round house in Dallas has rolled onto the market for a cool $1.7 million. Becky Bracken, provided by Published 3:00 pm PDT, Thursday, August 23, 2018 An iconic piece of Lone Star State lore, the round house in Dallas has rolled onto the market for $1.7 million. An iconic piece of Lone Star State lore, the round house in Dallas has rolled onto the market for $1.7 million. Photo: REALTOR.com An iconic piece of Lone Star State lore, the round house in Dallas has rolled onto the market for $1.7 million. An iconic piece of Lone Star State lore, the round house in Dallas has rolled onto the market for $1.7 million. Photo: REALTOR.com An iconic piece of Lone Star State lore, the round house in Dallas has rolled onto the market for $1.7 million. An iconic piece of Lone Star State … [Read more...] about Well-Preserved and Ready to Roll, Round House in Dallas Hits Market for $1.7M
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close Video Lessons from Ohio's special election Razor-thin margin between Republican Troy Balderson and Democrat Danny O'Connor in Ohio's 12th Congressional District; reaction and analysis from the 'Fox News @ Night' panel. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster: Will Trump’s GOP give candidates room to maneuver? - Time Out: ‘Just as soon as I see Jesus’ - Trumpland puts a positive spin on losing the House - Trump: Stripped clearance punishment for Russia probe - Confucius says, ‘Gimmie that cheddar’ WILL TRUMP’S GOP GIVE CANDIDATES ROOM TO MANEUVER?David Joyce represents a tricky patch of northeastern Ohio. The Republican’s district was a perfect fit for the former GOP coalition: a blend of the wealthiest Cleveland suburbs on Lake Erie east of the city and of rural and small-town precincts stretching all the way to the Pennsylvania … [Read more...] about Will Trump’s GOP give candidates room to maneuver?
For the past decade, the transit center that will replace San Francisco’s Transbay Terminal has been the subject of grand plans and political controversies, struggles to stay on schedule and squabbles over costs. Next weekend, all that changes. On Aug. 12, transbay bus service will begin at the $2.16 billion Transbay Transit Center, which stretches nearly three blocks between Beale and Second streets, just south of Mission Street. East Bay commuters entering the city by bus will travel traffic-free above downtown streets from the Bay Bridge into an elevated concourse. The new station should also attract Bay Area residents and visitors who never ride a bus. For them, the lure is a 5.4-acre park that fills the roof above the concourse: Eight distinct gardens ring a long, oval path. Within the park is everything from a picnic meadow and a children’s play area to a two-story restaurant with a terrace 80 feet in the air. There’s plenty else up in the air, figuratively … [Read more...] about San Francisco’s imposing transit center ready to roll at last