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EaterWire: PPQ Takes Another Crack At PPQ 3.0

THE SUNSET—Earlier this year, PPQ Chicken Noodle House, the third member of the otherwise popular PPQ Vietnamese conglomerate, folded. However, with Pot de Pho set to open next week, the PPQ folks are stepping up to challenge with another attempt at a third location. Since PPQ Chicken Noodle House failed, what would be the next logical option? Why, PPQ Beef Noodle House! Coming soon to 1936 Irving Street (near 21st Avenue) in the old New Cheung Hing space. [EaterWire]

OIL SPILLERY—Unlike November, December will bring Dungeness to town, as the Bay's fishing ban was lifted late this afternoon: "State officials have reopened local waters to fishing, as tests show San Francisco Bay marine life was largely unaffected by the oil spill earlier this month ... Local fishermen say they'll have crab in the markets as early as Saturday." [KCBS]

HALF MOON BAY—A litany of local A-list chefs will participate in Inside the Kitchen culinary series at the Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay. Starting in January, nine top line chefs will teach classes at the Ritz, with the pantheon as follows: Jenn Biesty and Scott Baird of Coco500, Gregory Short of Masa's, Ryan Scott of Myth Cafe, Laurence Jossel from Nopa, Traci des Jardins and Eugenio Jardim of Jardiniere, Kirti Pant of Junnoon, Jonnatan Leiva of Jack Falstaff, and Staffan Terje of Perbacco, and last but not least, Top Chef winner Hung Huynh. More info/registration on the official site. [EaterWire Inbox]

NORTH BEACH—Tonight, Los Angeles icon Tommy Lasorda and San Francisco icon Fior d'Italia team up for a five-course Hall of Fame Winemaker Dinner. Our feelings on the alliance have been made clear. Feel free to boo him during dinner service. He'll like it. [SF City Dish]

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