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EaterWire: Salt House Breakfast, Yotopia Signage, MORE!

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SOMA—PSA for office workers: today was the first day of the new breakfast program at Salt House. From 6:30am to 10:30am, they now serve Blue Bottle Coffee and gourmet pastries. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—22nd Street's own froyo shop, the unfortunately-named Yotopia, has been over a year in the making, but it looks like it's finally going forward. Per Mission Mission, signage ... is ... up. Brace. [MM]

MEDIA—Blogger Julie Powell has made quite a name (and book and movie deal) off her attempt to recreate every recipes in Julia Child's epic Mastering the Art of French Cooking. But Child herself didn't approve: "She didn’t want to endorse it. What came through on the blog was somebody who was doing it almost for the sake of a stunt...She didn’t suffer fools.” [Publisher's Weekly via EMD/ENY]

HAYES VALLEY—One of the most enduring local dining mysteries is why there aren't more Filipino restaurants. No explanations are to be had here, but Citizen Cake is throwing a "Food of the Philippines" $45, four-course dinner (menu) on this Thursday. [CityDish]

SOMA—Another butchery demo and subsequent carnivore dinner by Ryan Farr is taking place at Bloodhound next Tuesday (7/28). This time around, it's a 175lb steer carcass that will be hanging from the rafters. Tickets here. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Flickr/juicyrai]

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