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EaterWire: Granada Cafe Felled By Fire, Luce Rolls Out Power Lunch, and MORE!

OUTER MISSION—New online newspaper SFAppeal brings the news that old school eatery Granada Cafe was the victim of a kitchen fire last night/early this morning, and has the destructoporn photos to prove it. According to the owner, the restaurant will be down for "for a few weeks, at least." [SFAppeal]

SOMA—Who says the business lunch is dead? Down on Howard Street, Dominique Crenn and Luce are now offering a "Weekday Power Lunch" deal: three courses for $20.09. [EaterWire]

TELEVISION—The fourth season of Check Please! Bay Area will kick off this week on KQED channel nine in the prized time slot of Friday at 8:30pm. [KQED]

THE UK—A month after the fact, Heston Blumenthal thinks he may have identified the source of the Fat Duck outbreak: "Blumenthal said that after exhaustive tests at the restaurant, of the staff and of customers, norovirus was the only potential cause that had been found ... 'The only thing that has come up is the three staff and five customers have been tested positive for something called noro virus,' he said." [Hospitality via ENY]

[Photo: Tim Ehhalt/SFAppeal]

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