S.F. Buzz: Peep Outerlands' Renovated Digs, & More!

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As the adage goes, news travels fast. And, in a city as socially connected as S.F., "fast" doesn't even cut it — try lightning speed. That's why we local editors work around the clock to keep our eyes on the prize and ears to the ground to bring forth the buzziest and freshest headlines in and around our city. From Christian Louboutin's debut to a start-up's crazy controversy, here's everything you need to know this week.
After a five-month hiatus, Outerlands' newly renovated and expanded space is now available for all to see. Take a peek at the wood curves and rough-hewn tables, designed by owners David Muller and Lana Porcello, and then make your way there for lunch from new chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel. Don’t worry, the grilled-cheese sammie is still on the menu. (Eater SF)
Christian Louboutin has officially dug its heels into S.F. terrain. The Maiden Lane locale is filled with locally inspired décor, and both men and women can shop the red-soled shoes. We can’t think of a better place to play a game of footsie this weekend. (Racked SF)
Another day, another start-up, right? Well, this one’s got our attention. A former Hipstamatic alum has teamed up with a duo of other techie women to launch Madesquare, an app that lets you create square photo products and is filled with plenty of DIY inspiration. Head to iTunes — and snap to it. (Madesquare)
The techie scene is getting a bad rap, and this latest legal case isn’t helping matters. Nextdoor’s CEO Nirav Tolia is being charged with a felony hit-and-run, where the other driver was seriously injured. (Valleywag)
Well, looks like we’ll be stalking State Bird Provisions from now on, because ultimate heartthrob Ryan Gosling was seen dining at the eatery. Excuse us while we swoon. (Tablehopper)

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