Juhu Beach Club Shutters For Now; a Sushi Switch-Up in the Marina, and More

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SoMa: Juhu Beach Club, the 11th Street lunch pop-up from Top Chef alum Preeti Mistry, ends in its current location on Friday. Preeti's on the hunt for a more permanent spot where she can also serve dinner. [Facebook via Tablehopper]
Marina: Enoshima (2280 Chestnut Street) appears to be changing hands and morphing into Sushi In. [Grub Street]
Noe Valley: The replacement for Amberjack Sushi, called Kama Sushi * (1497 Church Street), is readying for an opening, but there is still no definitive ETA. [Grub Street, Earlier]
Mission: Both the imaginatively named Pizzeria and NY Buffalo Wings (659-663 Valencia), those consistently empty restaurants we've often suspected were fronts for something else, are now on the market. [Scoop]

Union Square: Grand Caf has a new executive chef, Alicia Jenish, who previously worked at Revival Bar + Kitchen in Berkeley. [Tablehopper]
And Joel Teitelbaum, bar manager at the upcoming, revamped Harry Denton's Starlight Room, reveals some of his plans for the cocktail program, which will be an ambitious journey through the "history of the cocktail from its birth, through Prohibition and into modern day." [SFoodie]
Bernal Heights: Jasmine Tea House has shuttered. [Bernalwood]
Oakland: Local Caf (4395 Piedmont Avenue), from a former Boot & Shoe lineman, is now open for breakfast and lunch. Dinner will follow next month. [Scoop, Earlier]

* This post has been updated to reflect the news that C27 Sushi Lounge is the name of the partnership behind the new restaurant, which will be called Kama Sushi.