Pastry chef William Werner has already had a boatload of success with his Mission District patisserie Craftsman and Wolves. But never one to rest on his laurels, he is expanding the operations.

This past Saturday marked Werner’s triumphant return to the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Werner had previous success selling his wares under the Tell Tale Preserve Company banner. His market stand, which will appear every Saturday between Blue Bottle Coffee’s exterior stand and MarketBar, will feature a variety of morning pastries, cookies, confections and jams.

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Along with his reemergence at the marketplace, Werner is also adding to his shop as well. Starting on Monday, Craftsman and Wolves will be open until 9:00pm Sunday-Thursday and until 10:00pm on Friday and Saturday. The added hours have allowed Werner to expand his menu, including a number of new savory dishes – a sloppy joe sandwich, savory tart on whole wheat lavash with house ricotta and market vegetables, mac-n-cheese with carnitas and manchego, 4505 boudin blanc with house mostarda and smoked potato salad and ocean trout verrine with peas, preserved lemon and pancetta. Expect more dishes to appear in the weeks to come. Along with the savory items, Werner also worked in partnership with St. Vincent owner and Valencia Street neighbor David Lynch on a wine and beer list, featuring offerings by the bottle, glass and can.

Craftsman and Wolves is located at 746 Valencia Street.