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EaterWire: Suppenkuche Lunch, PETA's Back, AIA Talks

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HAYES VALLEY—Embracing that whole German/Oktoberfest thing, Suppenkuche is now open daily for lunch, albeit only for a limited time. The Oktoberfest lunch menu will be offered daily from 11am to 2pm from September 19th to October 3rd. Drinking the boot makes for a great workday. [EaterWire]

SOUTH CITY—A grown man in a chicken suit threw a pie in the face of a grown man in a clown suit. For serious political reasons. It had something to do with McDonald's and PETA and how PETA is ridiculous. [SFist]

THE MISSION—Restaurant design buffs might want to stop by Coffee Bar on Thursday, when design team Jones | Haydu will be on hand to discuss restaurant architecture as part of the AIA's "Dining by Design" portion of the Architecture and the City festival. More info and tickets can be had here. [EaterWire]

CARMEL—This weekend, the folks behind the Pebble Beach Food & Wine festival (Coastal Luxury Management) are throwing a two-day event called Harvest, which will feature a Farm-to-Table dinner and two Grand Tastings (with 200 wineries and more than 50 chefs on the list). General admission is $85; check the website for many more details on the event. [EaterWire]

SEBASTOPOL—Cafe Saint Rose won't stay dark for too long: moving in will be Patrick Tafoya, the talented (former) chef from the Duck Club. The restaurant will be named P/30, and will feature "chic, cheap comfort food." [PD]

Suppenküche

525 Laguna Street, , CA 94102 (415) 252-9289 Visit Website

Coffee Bar

1890 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 415 551 8100

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