According the report, Leary, along with his bar manager of House of Shields, has scooped up the R&J Sports Bar in the Tenderloin and plans to turn it into a friendly bar that’s short on hipster mixology hype and long on customer service. The bar doesn’t have a name yet but the team has tapped New York designer Jack Dakin (responsible for among other venues, Lure Fishbar in NY and Freddy Smalls in LA) to renovate it. He's has also inked a deal to open a new 1,000 square restaurant in FiDi district to be named Café Terminus. By day, it will hawk his signature fancy-pants sandwiches (a la Sentinel and Golden West), but Café Terminus will also mark Leary’s rededication to the world of evening dining. The new restaurant will feature a two-story sit-down dining room and, if all goes as planned, a full bar. Both projects are expected to open sometime in the next four to six months.