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Mission Minis

Mission Minis

Looking for a treat to start your weekend that won’t leave you feeling guilty? Try Mission Minis, bite-size cupcakes in flavors that will surely sweeten up your day!

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Coi Lounge to be Remodeled

Coi Lounge to be Remodeled

Big news from the world of chef and restaurateur Daniel Patterson. Inside Scoop SF reports that Patterson’s highly regarded Coi will be abandoning it’s a la carte menu, all part of a remodeling inside the restaurant.

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Guinness Tastes Better in Ireland

Guinness Tastes Better in Ireland

It’s official: Guinness beer really does taste better when imbibed in Ireland. Scientists (yes, actual scientists) at the Institute of Food Technologists conducted a survey of “taste testers” in 33 cities across 14 countries and the results were conclusive: drinkers liked Guinness better in Ireland…

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Beer Ice Cream?

Beer Ice Cream?

In honor of the local hood blog Haighteration‘s first year birthday, the folks over at Three Twins Ice Cream have created a new flavor just for the occasion made out of Pliny the Elder beer.

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Beretta

Beretta

Want a modern twist on classic Italian dishes? Located in the Mission district, Beretta takes an approach to Italian cooking that might just blow you away.

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Irish Whiskey Pies

Irish Whiskey Pies

Brides.com has officially declared mini pies as the “new cupcakes”. We have no idea what that means, but it sounds delicious. And just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Chatsworth, CA baker and Etsy purveyor All Jarred Up has some made-to-order mini Irish Whiskey pies.

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Classes: Asian Cooking 101

Classes: Asian Cooking 101

18 Reasons is offering a great class next Saturday (quick, get your tickets!) on Asian cooking to be taught by Thy Tran. The class, A Sensory Feast Workshop #3: TASTE, “will introduce you to fundamental ingredients in South East Asian pantries”.

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Local Chef has Fond Memories of Mardi Gras

Local Chef has Fond Memories of Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras celebrations are taking place throughout the Bay Area on Tuesday night, including in San Francisco.

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Charles Chocolates Closes

Charles Chocolates Closes

Last Friday, Bay Area confectioner Charles Chocolates closed up shop – both literally and figuratively. Last year the company shut down its Emeryville factory and then last week it announced it will be closing its retail location in the Westfield Mall along with the company…

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Aziza Inks Deal in Financial District

Aziza Inks Deal in Financial District

A happy day for many who are fans of the Moroccan restaurant Aziza as Inside Scoop SF is reporting that chef-owner Mourad Lahlou has signed a deal to bring the restaurant to the Financial District.

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Truffle Fight!

Truffle Fight!

I like truffles as much as the next person, but this is a little ridiculous. The New York Times reports on a little truffle war happening down in North Carolina between two unlikely growers. And with truffles selling at upwards of $800 per pound, the…

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Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Festa Della Donna fundraiser at A16

Tomorrow A16 will be hosting its annual Festa Della Donna fundraiser to celebrate International Women’s Day. There’ll be an all-star team of female guest chefs, cheesemakers, sommeliers, authors and winemakers on hand to help raise money and awareness for La Cocina.

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