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    Dining, SFoodie Wine, Beer, & Booze Events, May 8-16

    Wine, Beer, & Booze Events, May 8-16

    Friday, 5/8:8:00 p.m., One Market (1 Market at Steuart): five-course meal of chef Mark Dommen's signature dishes including Dungeness crab salad with avocado, cucumber, and lemongrass sorbet, sous-vide Alaskan halibut, and beef cheeks braised with Guinness, $64 with beer pairing,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Jeanty's All-You-Can-Eat Oysters & Wine-Tasting This Sunday

    Jeanty's All-You-Can-Eat Oysters & Wine-Tasting This Sunday

    Get ready to slurpHow's this for spending a Sunday afternoon? All-you-can-slurp oysters from seven local purveyors, washed down with as much as you like from a selection of suitable wines. On May 17, from noon to 6:00 p.m.,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Update: Thursday's 18 Reasons Tasting is at 6

    Update: Thursday's 18 Reasons Tasting is at 6

    18 Reasons just set us straight -- the event this Thursday is an hour earlier than the listing on its Web site claims (6:00-8:00 p.m. instead of 7:00-9:00 p.m.). Here's the correct info:Thursday, 5/7: 6:00-8:00 p.m., 18 Reasons (593 Guerrero…
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    Dining, SFoodie SF Cocktail Week, May 11-18

    SF Cocktail Week, May 11-18

    Starting Monday, the Barbary Coast Conservancy of the American Cocktail presents its third annual celebration of boozy elixirs at various spots around town. All events are 21 and over (natch).Monday, 5/11: 6:00-9:00 p.m., Le Colonial (20 Cosmo…
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    Dining, SFoodie Weird-Ass Beer of the Week: Hanssens Oudbeitje 2000

    Weird-Ass Beer of the Week: Hanssens Oudbeitje 2000

    Some years ago, B. United International, a New York-based importer and distributor, started commissioning limited-edition, vintage-labeled beers, ciders, and sakes intended for aging,  cellaring them until ready to drink, and only then releasing them to market under its Master's Collection…
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    Dining, SFoodie CSA Adventures, Box 16

    CSA Adventures, Box 16

    In this week's box:strawberries (2 baskets), 1 lb. 12 oz.fennel, 15 oz.asparagus, 11 oz.baby artichokes, 12 oz.sugar snap peas, 12 oz.kale, 11 oz.lettuce (2 heads), 12 oz.Full Belly's strawberry season got off to a bang with this double portion. I…
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    Dining, SFoodie Cheap Wines That Don't Suck: Marchese de Petri 2003 Chianti Riserva

    Cheap Wines That Don't Suck: Marchese de Petri 2003 Chianti Riserva

    Chianti used to be one of the great bargains of the wine world. Farmers in the several Tuscan Chianti regions grew a lot of good to excellent Sangiovese, a grape that, in the hands of a skilled winemaker, can make…
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    Dining, SFoodie Wine & Beer Events, May 1-10

    Wine & Beer Events, May 1-10

    Friday, 5/1, 6:00-8:00 p.m., The Jug Shop (1590 Pacific at Polk): Sake2Me tasting, $10 Saturday, 5/2, noon-3:00 p.m., K&L (638 4th St at Bluxome): tasting of small, artisan-estate Champagnes, $20Saturday, 5/2, 2:00-5:30 p.m., SF Wine Trading Co. (250 Taraval at…
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    Dining, SFoodie Eat, Drink, & Watch Saturday's Big Fight

    Eat, Drink, & Watch Saturday's Big Fight

    SF fans of British boxer Ricky "Hitman" Hatton have an obvious choice for a convivial public place to watch this Saturday's big fight. The Abbey Tavern (4100 Geary at 5th), while Irish, has a good selection of UK beers on…
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    Dining, SFoodie Happy Hour Deals: B Bar

    Happy Hour Deals: B Bar

    Though its perch on top of the Moscone North complex might be hard to find the first time you visit, B Bar is worth seeking out at happy hour, when this Boxed Foods spinoff offers some of better values in…
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    Dining, SFoodie Happy Hour & Duck Fries at Orson

    Happy Hour & Duck Fries at Orson

    At happy hour, Orson (508 4th near Bryant) offers "classic cocktails" (i.e. well drinks) for $5, your choice of a martini, Manhattan, margarita, or southside (a Chicago specialty made from gin, lemon juice, mint, and simple syrup). These drinks are…
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    Dining, SFoodie Michael Bauer Watch: Local Food, Imported Wine--Why?

    Michael Bauer Watch: Local Food, Imported Wine--Why?

    First,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Sicilian Events with Fabrizia Lanza

    Sicilian Events with Fabrizia Lanza

    Fabriza Lanza, daughter of the eponymous founder of, and instructor at, the Anna Tasca Lanza cooking school / foodie resort on the Regaleali estate outside of Palermo, is touring the West Coast to promote Sicilian culture and cuisine. Two or…
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    Dining, SFoodie The Light Brown Apple Moth vs. Veggie Trader

    The Light Brown Apple Moth vs. Veggie Trader

    Thanks to an article by Roxanne Webber on Chow, I discovered Veggie Trader, a site that helps people swap or sell their home-grown fruits and vegetables. Since the plants in our yard produce more Meyer lemons, figs, and rosemary than…
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    Dining, SFoodie The Big 4's Wild Game Week, May 12-16 (or DIY)

    The Big 4's Wild Game Week, May 12-16 (or DIY)

    Wild game week returns to the The Big 4 restaurant in the Huntington Hotel (1075 California at Taylor) from Tuesday, May 12, through Saturday, May 16. The dishes on this year's menu range from such relatively normal meats as rabbit,…
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    Dining, SFoodie CSA Adventures, Box 15

    CSA Adventures, Box 15

    In this week's box:asparagus, 11 oz.salad mix, 9 oz.green garlic, 8 oz.tokyo turnips (first of the season), 15 oz.chard, 10 oz.spinach, 8 oz.sugar snap peas, 8 oz.radishes, 12 oz.The huge radishes we just washed and ate with salt as an…
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    Dining, SFoodie "Shellfish of San Francisco Bay" at 18 Reasons

    "Shellfish of San Francisco Bay" at 18 Reasons

    This Thursday, 4/30, instead of its usual wine tasting, 18 Reasons hosts the first in a series of presentations on seafood. This week, Marilyn Latta of the California Coastal Conservancy and Sumudu Welaratna of Bi-Rite Market will discuss the life…
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    Dining, SFoodie Wine Events, April 24-May 2

    Wine Events, April 24-May 2

    Friday, 4/24, 6:00-8:00 p.m.: tasting of around 40 wines from the catalog of importer Louis/Dressner Selections split among three locations, $10: Arlequin Wine Merchant (384 Hayes at Gough): French wines with Catherine and Claude Maréchal (Burgundy), Pierre and Pierre-Marie Luneau…
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    Dining, SFoodie L'Italianissimo: Biondivino (corrected 4/24)

    L'Italianissimo: Biondivino (corrected 4/24)

    correction 4/24: I was misinformed by the importer, tonight's tasting is $10When A16, Incanto, La Ciccia, or some other restaurant with a long list of obscure Italian wines serves you something delicious you've never heard of and you want to…
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    Dining, SFoodie Global Pantry: Corbezzolo Honey

    Global Pantry: Corbezzolo Honey

    At the end of a long, delightfull suckling pig feast at La Ciccia last fall, chef Massimiliano Conti served us a plate of Sardinian sheep's cheese with Sardinian honey. Such pairings usually do nothing for me--I find the cheese diminished…
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    Dining, SFoodie Royal Market & Bakery: Everything Armenian

    Royal Market & Bakery: Everything Armenian

    Outside of a Church festival every October at St. John Etchmiadzin, San Francisco has been fairly deprived of Armenian food. No more: since last July, Royal Market & Bakery (5335 Geary between 17th & 18th) has been offering a wide…
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    Dining, SFoodie Review Update: Larkin Express

    Review Update: Larkin Express

    When we reviewed Larkin Express Deli in June 2007, it was a stereotypical, slightly divey, lunch-only Civic Center deli with a small selection of Burmese dishes buried in a menu devoted mostly to American standards such as roast beef sandwiches…
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    Dining, SFoodie Straight from the Ranch, Part 2: Whole Beasts & Bulk Meat

    Straight from the Ranch, Part 2: Whole Beasts & Bulk Meat

    Whether inspired by health-food notions, the "locavore" movement, Michael Pollan, or a simple desire to save money, these days lots of people are looking to buy their meat as whole animals, in bulk, and/or direct from the producers. If you're…
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    Dining, SFoodie Straight from the Ranch, Part 1: Meat CSAs & Buying Networks

    Straight from the Ranch, Part 1: Meat CSAs & Buying Networks

    Inspired by health-food notions, the "locavore" movement, Michael Pollan, or a simple desire to save money, these days lots of people are looking to buy their meat as whole animals, in bulk, and/or direct from the producers. Buying networks and…
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    Dining, SFoodie Happy Hour Deals: Jeanty at Jack's

    Happy Hour Deals: Jeanty at Jack's

    What's the oldest restaurant in San Francisco? That depends on how you define your terms. Tadich Grill has been in business since 1949, but it moved a couple of times, and has been in its current location only since…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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