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Friday, July 29, 2011

Anthony Bourdain at Zeitgeist, Bourbon & Bacon's Last Night, and Safeway Love

Posted By on Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 3:45 PM

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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.

Everyone's favorite chef who-will-eat-almost-anything, Anthony Bourdain, is slated to film an episode of No Reservations at Zeitgeist in a couple weeks. Mission Mission reports, via the Zeitgeist newsletter, he'll sample eats and drinks on Aug. 12, while the camera crew won't have to block the porta-potty eyesores from the frame. Nope, Zeitgeist recently pulled out those stinky plastic buckets and put in brick-and-mortar restrooms. Ooh la la!

Last call for KoKo Cocktails' Bourbon & Bacon night! With the shutter coming this Sunday, the Tender shares tonight is the last time it'll be serving crispy slices alongside bourbon (and American whiskey) drinks. Maybe they'll start this tradition at the pending Hi Lo Lounge?

We've always known the Marina Safeway (aka "Singles Safeway") has played host to love connections over iceberg lettuce and deli meats, but Bernalwood shares a Craigslist missed connection at the Castro location. Maybe the lucky couple will rendezvous where the sparks first flew, and meet at the (possibly) pending wine tasting station.

Jeremy Fox continues to pop up around S.F. while looking for a place of his own. Eater SF, via Citizen Cake's tweet, reports that his next stop will be Orson on August 16.

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