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San Francisco’s Cut up restaurant opens first East Bay location this week

Gooey, housemade blueberry hand pies. A smoked mozzarella burger with applewood bacon and chipotle bourbon…

Gooey, housemade blueberry hand pies. A smoked mozzarella burger with applewood bacon and chipotle bourbon barbecue. And french fries with parmesan, contemporary herbs and sriracha ranch.

Is your mouth watering but?

That’s the intention at Cut up, the San Francisco-based New American restaurant that’s opening its first East Bay location this Thursday in Uptown Oakland. Positioned inside the previous Dosa by Dosa at 2301 Broadway, Cut up, which is owned by the identical workforce behind MIXT, makes a speciality of scratch-made consolation meals — like burgers, fried rooster sandwiches and cheffy salads utilizing seasonal substances — and native meals purveyors, like Firebrand breads. The fast-casual eatery will probably be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner day by day, with weekend brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There are some things that make this Oakland location distinctive from its SF sister. It’s the primary Cut up to supply cockails, together with two boozy slushies. The primary, referred to as The Final Toke, is made with Humboldt
Distillery hemp-infused vodka, inexperienced chartreuse, lime juice and a cherry gummy bear on
high. The opposite is a bourbon-based, frozen Paper Airplane made with an Alameda amaro.

Culinary director (and Oakland resident) Matt Coglan additionally created six menu gadgets unique to the Oakland eatery, together with that large smoked mozzarella burger and housemade fruit hand-pie. Additionally search for a croissant egg sandwich with Millionaire’s bacon; cinnamon-swirl challah French toast; and the Shroomanji, a burger with sauteed mushrooms, parmesan crisp, sauteed onions, porcini powder and thyme.

The standout Oakland component is the eating room’s large sculputural duplicate of the Frank Ogawa Plaza oak tree, a longtime image of the town. The stylized 21-foot oak tree, designed by artist John Isaac Whittaker, is constructed from Sitka spruce, white oak and tung oil.