What does the fast-casual trend mean for diners?
The debate over Corridor’s menu went like this: A bowl of short-rib French onion soup ($9) was the first consensus choice, followed by falafel croquettes ($9). The merits of roast chicken and cassoulet were considered, then discarded in favor of a truffled asparagus risotto ($15) and pan-roasted salmon with charred lemon vinaigrette ($21). My dinner guest and I gave the menu one last look, sealing our agreement with a nod.
It’s counter service, but with fine-dining style
Diners will be greeted by a hostess, place an order at the counter and then take a seat to await their food; after that, servers will be on hand to help order more, and deliver food. It’s an interesting take on the counter service style, one that takes San Francisco’s current staff shortage into close account. There will also be ten tables of seating on the mezzanine for full-service, and private dining.
This Could Be The Next Big Coffee Trend & It Will Take You Back…
“We’re always on the lookout for the next big coffee trend, and a café in San Francisco is serving up a latte with serious viral potential. Corridor Café is whipping up a coffee drink that will bring you back to the days of Barney & Friends, Barbies, Power Rangers, and more with just one sip — and it’s all thanks to one of our fave childhood cereals.”