Meanwhile, over in the Marina, the old Gravity space (which was going to become Hudson) is now the upscale cocktail lounge Reed & Greenough. Eater reports owner Paul Owens (Tortilla Heights) discovered that looted wood from the former Reed & Greenough Distillery was used to rebuild 3251 Scott Street after the 1906 quake and fires. The wood façade looks pretty darned cool. There’s also word of some turbo taps that can fill a pint in less than two seconds (uh, whoa). They’re open as of Wednesday September 7th, and do mind the dress code when you go.