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Friday, April 1, 2016

Friday Seven: Anchor Distilling Will Offer Tours!

Posted By on Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 4:30 PM

click to enlarge Souvla in Hayes Valley has tacos today! - PETER LAWRENCE KANE
  • Peter Lawrence Kane
  • Souvla in Hayes Valley has tacos today!
I must admit I'm panicky about linking to something that turns out to be an April Fool's Day hoax. To the best of my flawed ability to discern bullshit from genuine information, here is today's roundup.

Anchor Distilling Will Offer Tours
If they're anything like the brewery tours, you're going to want to book them well in advance. Anchor's The Anchor Distillery Tasting Room (1705 Mariposa) will let you peek into its inner working as of April 21. They'll be $35 per person and take place on Thursdays and Fridays at 2:30 and 4:30 p.m.

Marla Bakery Does Dinner
As of Friday, April 15, Marla Bakery (3619 Balboa) will serve breakfast, lunch, and brunch — plus dinner Wednesdays through Saturdays, with Sunday Suppers happening once each month. (This is at the mothership, not the brand-new Ferry Building kiosk.) Look for boquerones ($5), a sprouted grain salad ($12), a lamb neck confit ($24) and more.

click to enlarge And a donkey, too. - PETER LAWRENCE KANE
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  • And a donkey, too.
Souvla Had a Donkey for April Fool's Day
I opened a press release from Souvla this morning saying it would have a donkey, and emailed the publicist saying, "Hey, good one." Turns out they did, along with tacos and guac. As with everything Souvla (517 Hayes) does, I gravitated toward the lamb. If you still want for dinner plans, there'll be a mariachi band this evening as "La Souvlaria" continues, hard-shell-inside-soft-tacos and all. They're opening a second location on Divis later this spring and I, uh, strongly encourage them to take this Mexican angle more than once per year. 

Hina Yakotori Soft-Opens in Temescal
Jonathan Moon's chicken-ful menu has a lot of chicken parts. According to Inside Scoop, Hina Yakitori also has "neck, skin, liver, gizzard, and even knee cartilage."

Happy 60th Birthday, Caffe Trieste!
Hoodline's Geri Koeppel caught it. (No surprise there!)

Questlove Ate His Way Through S.F.
According to Eater, Questlove went to Atelier Crenn, State Bird, and Craftsman & Wolves.

Remember the NYT's Pea Guacamole? This is worse.
Yesterday, the Washington Post published a recipe for an English pea panna cotta. It was not published today and there is no indication that this is April Food's Day trolling. 


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Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.

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