Expanding Hours and Offerings at Craftsman and Wolves
By: Marcia Gagliardi
Craftsman and Wolves, the design-forward pâtisserie from William Werner, is expanding some elements of their business. First things first, as of Monday May 6th they are serving beer and wine at their Valencia Street location, and have expanded their hours. They are open Sun–Thu until 9pm, and Fri–Sat until 10pm. David Lynch of St. Vincent helped out with curating the wine and beer selection, and you’ll find choices like German Gilabert cava; Domaine Drouhin pinot noir 2010, Oregon; and Bavik “Wittekerke” witbier by the can. They’ve also added some savory menu choices, like a sloppy joe sandwich with Angus beef and oyster mushrooms on a miso-sweet potato bun ($11), mac and cheese with carnitas and manchego ($11), and a verrine of trout with peas, preserved lemon, and pancetta ($6). New hours at the bakery are Mon–Thu 7am–9pm, Fri 7am–10pm, Sat 8am–10pm, and Sun 8am–9pm.
746 Valencia St. at 18th St., 415-913-7713.
They’ve also landed a stand at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays. They’ll be out front, between the Blue Bottle kiosk and MarketBar, with savory and sweet pastries, cakes, pâte de fruit, and other rotating offerings. And yes, the Rebel Within will also be there (for the uninitiated visitor, it’s a savory cheese, scallion, and sausage muffin with an egg inside. Not to be missed). They’ll be at the Farmers Market Saturdays 8am–2pm.
Marcia Gagliardi writes a popular insider weekly e-column about the SF dining scene, “the tablehopper.” Subscribe for free at www.tablehopper.com. Out now is her first book, The Tablehopper’s Guide to Dining and Drinking in San Francisco: Find the Right Spot for Every Occasion, a groundbreaking new style of guidebook. And check out her new app, Tablehopper’s Top Late-Night Eats, which highlights 95 SF spots serving food past 11pm!
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