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Things to do for October 18, 2017
Anchor Brewing Opens a Taproom and Salt & Staw Takes Hayes Valley
Your New Friday Burger Is Also Somewhere in HereBy Joe Starkey
The Fresh Italian Pasta You Seek
The people behind Donato Enoteca, CRU and Desco have opened a new spot in Berkeley. And it's a good spot, what with the frequently rotating menu complete with anything from housemade salumi to fresh pastas for all your post-Cal-game Italian needs. Which are specific needs.
Quick, to the New Friday Lunch at Fiorella
Popular neighborhood restaurant Fiorella has launched a new lunch on Fridays. Swing by with some work people and grab seats on the patio while meatball subs or their glorious burger (previously only available on Tuesdays) materialize before your very eyes. A server will place them there, but you get it.
Salt & Straw Gives You Yet Another Opportunity to Eat Ice Cream
Salt & Straw, that beloved ice cream shop with seasonal and location-based flavors, is about to open their second San Francisco location in Hayes Valley. Come for the classic Almond Brittle With Salted Ganache, stay for the seasonal Essence of Ghost. Mmm, ghost essence.
Light a Candle, Fire Up Netflix and Pretend You Made This Dinner
Belloti has just expanded with a smaller side shop offering their homemade pastas, along with some quick dishes that you can enjoy there or take to-go. Meaning you can totally pretend you made those agnolotti yourself.
And on Saturday, drop into Anchor Brewing's new public taproom for their grand opening party which, along with exclusive beers on tap, will also include food trucks, screen printing from San Franpsycho and Butterbeer ice cream from Humphry Slocombe. In conclusion: beer.
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