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Nov 3, 2015 2 min read

Pop-Ups and Special Dinners (and Diwali!)

Pop-Ups and Special Dinners (and Diwali!)
A Junju-style feast. Photo courtesy of EatWith.
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After you’re done voting this evening, hopefully you’re available to attend this special dinner at TARTINE BAKERY in celebration of the Tulum restaurant Hartwood, and the release of Eric Werner and Mya Henry’s new cookbook. Join Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt of Tartine Bakery and Sam Goinsalvos of the upcoming Tartine Manufactory for a casual evening of passed small plates, and Tartine’s bakers will fill the display case with a selection of desserts inspired by the Yucatan. Come by for a feast of dishes, like pulpo tostadas; lettuce cups, chorizo, mint, cilantro, toasted rice, lime, cotija; roasted chicken with poblano and tomatillo tamale; lime tart with lime caramel; chocolate habanero cake with chocolate avocado buttercream, and horchata cake with cream cheese frosting. Yes, please.

8pm-10pm. Tickets are $80 and include food, beverage, a signed cookbook, gratuity, and tax. 600 Guerrero St. at 18th St.

EatWith is launching a new Chef Series, featuring previews for some of this winter’s hottest restaurant openings at their test kitchen. On Monday November 9th is a Junju Preview Dinner with Robin Song (expect Korean dishes with a Cali ingredient spin); Thursday November 12th is a Glena’s Preview Dinner with Michael Gaines (think tacos and margaritas); and Monday November 16th is a Nightbird Preview Dinner with Kim Alter (expect market-driven dishes). Click through to view the menus, and use my link for $10 off your first EatWith dinner.

This Thursday November 5th, DELI BOARD is doing their fat boy burrito pop-up again, with queso, and chips and salsa. BYOB is encouraged. 6pm-9pm. 1058 Folsom St.
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MARLA BAKERY is hosting a dinner club every other Monday night with their line cook, Gabe Sanders, called Hearth and Cellar. On Monday November 9th, he’ll be doing a Fiesta de Pavo​​, with tacos de pavo (showcasing BN Ranch’s heritage breed turkey), black bean soup, tamales with mole, and more. 7pm. $40 for tickets. 3619 Balboa St. at 37th Ave., 415-742-4379.

On Wednesday November 11th, ~DOSA ON FILLMORE~ is throwing their annual  Diwali “festival of lights” celebration. There will be a special three-course Diwali menu with multiple options per course, complimentary Diwali sweets for every table, DJ Jimmy Love spinning Bollywood and Non Stop Bhangra music from 7:30pm-12am, and complimentary henna art from Yogita Sheth. $48 per person (does not include tax and gratuity). Reservations available from 5:30pm-11pm. Book online or call 415-441-3672.

A Junju-style feast. Photo courtesy of EatWith.

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