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EaterWire: Marsh Back at Coffee Bar, The Kinch Tradition

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THE MISSION—Ex-Brick toque Alex Marsh will be joining forces with the Coffee Bar guys for a one night only dinner called "Winter Delights." It's a $50 five-course meal and will take place over two seatings (5:30 or 8) on December 13th. YumDiary has more details and resy info. [EaterWire]

LOS GATOS—Speaking of special dinners, David Kinch will be putting on a few during January Sundays at Manresa. He'll be doing something called Menus of Traditions, three courses of the chef's choice. The promo comes with the following tease: "If you loved Chef Kinch’s soul-satisfying meals at his former restaurant Sent Sovi in Saratoga, such as roasted scallops, farm chicken, and slow-braised lamb shank, you’ll love the Menus of Tradition at Manresa." [EaterWire]

THE CASTRO—According to Lady Hopstress and various Yelpers, Filipino restaurant Palencia has shuttered, leaving behind only a sign on the window that says economic conditions are the culprit for an extended holiday vacation. [TH]

ASIA—Michelin unveiled its first Hong Kong/Macau guide today. For the first time, a Chinese chef got the coveted three stars, chef Chan Yan-tak earned them at Lung King Heen, a Cantonese restaurant in the Four Seasons. The only other chef to get the tres was Michelin golden child Joel Robuchon, for Robuchon a Galera. The Hong Kong branch of L'Atelier de Joel Rubuchon also got two stars, giving Robuchon 24 stars total (Ducasse is next with 16). [AP]

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