Next month, Duboce Triangle will be welcoming a new neighbor to its dog-friendly, tree-lined hood: Shanghai, headed by Chef Leo Gan of Shanghai 1930, will be opening its doors mid-August–some three years after 1930 closed.
As the name suggests, the restaurant will feature Shanghai cuisine prepared with seasonal, local and organic ingredients. Shanghai will be serving dinner Tuesday through Sunday, a dim sum brunch on weekends, and a late night small plate menu. The bar will have classic and contemporary cocktails and a full wine list, including Chinese wines.
Other details are still under wraps, including the to-be-launched website at www.shanghai-rest.com. For now, just look for the space at 2029 Market Street and a new spot to chow down on chow mein.
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