Original Joe's Returns Today, U-Sushi Opens, and Troya's Second Location

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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.

After five years, Original Joe's has returned to S.F. Inside Scoop reports the Italian-American restaurant, which closed due to a fire, reopened in North Beach today. With fans rejoicing its return, and Mayor Ed Lee declaring it Original Joe's Day, we're pretty sure you'll be able to spot it: 601 Union (at Stockton).

Mr. Roboto gets to work at U-Sushi. Tablehopper discovers the that sushi restaurant, with robotic assistance that helps churns out rolls in approximately 60 seconds, has been rolling since last week (525 Market at First St.).

We knew the Citizen Cake space on Fillmore wouldn't be dark for long. Inside Scoop reveals that Troya, the Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant in the Inner Richmond, will open its second location in the spot. Troya Fillmore will open after a quick remodel.

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Welcome Back. Original Joe's was a happenin place, in the 1970's.  My friends and I would order Joe's special Scrambled Eggs and watch as Herb Cain's City-by-the-Bay 'real characters' came to see and be seen.

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