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THE MISSION—According to this listing, Valencia Street's popular Phoenix Irish Pub—technically its building—is on the market. The asking price? A cool $1.55 million for the 2,000 square-foot space, which works out to about $775 per square foot. It's a buyer's market and the 19th/Valencia area gets tons of foot traffic. As we understand it, the bar is a tenant, not the current owner, so its fate probably lies with the next owners. [MLS]

SOMA—We'll have a little Top Chef/Jennifer round-up tomorrow, but for those wondering about Jen's whereabouts, she's still at Coco500 and in an exit interview with Cutty, she drops some hints on her future: "I’m going to leave at the end of May. I'm working on a project with a friend: We're going to open up a little restaurant pretty soon as well ... We've got this cool location; it's definitely a nighttime spot. We want it to be a super-cool, dark, speakeasy kind of place with kick-ass cocktails that are using a lot of seasonal ingredients and just great seasonal foods." [Cutlets]

NAPA—PSA to all Wine Country folk and would-be visitors: "The Oxbow Public Market farm stands open Thursday, May 1, followed by the Napa Farmers Market on Saturday, May 3 in the Copia North Garden parking lot. The Oxbow farm stands will be open seven days a week selling produce that includes cherries, strawberries, citrus, figs, seasonal vegetables and flowers. The Napa Farmers Market will run every Saturday and Tuesday through October." [NVR]

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COCO500

500 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

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