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Pablo Sandoval 12-Brownie Sundae, $390 Truffle Menu, More!

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WORLD SERIES 2010 - Yesterday Giants infielder Pablo “The Panda” Sandoval chilled out with his family and this "Colossal Brownie Sundae" at Buca di Beppo on Howard Street after the Giants parade. The sundae contains 12 brownies, six scoops of vanilla bean and chocolate gelato, caramel sauce, chocolate sauce and a few cans of whipped cream. The Panda also ordered his favorite, shrimp fra diavolo, for dinner. [EaterWire]

TRUFFLE SEASON - Alexander's Steakhouse is serving a $390.00 nine-course black and white truffle tasting menu from now until the end of the season. Perbacco has added truffle a la carte and tasting menu options; and Poggio will host its annual Festa Del Tartufo from November 9th to 13th of next week. [EaterWire]

FIDI - Michael Mina just started serving lunch on weekdays at the new California Street location. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. [EaterWire]

GHIRARDELLI SQUARE - Goshdarnit. Hopefully this won't get in the way of Gary Danko's new American brasserie. Nothing stops Danko, right? [ISSF]

TAX DOLLARS AT WORK - San Francisco is not a fan of fun things like happy meal toys and al fresco smoking, but apparently food trucks are about to receive The City's blessing. SFoodie reports the Planning Commision is on its way to making it easier to become a street vendor here in SF proper. [SFoodie]

APPLEMANIA - Nate Appleman is still in New York, announcing he'll run the NY Marathon like it's no big deal. [-ENY-]


THANKSGIVING - This year 4505 Meats will make you a turducken for Thanksgiving if you so desire. For the uninitiated, this is a deboned chicken inside a deboned duck inside a deboned turkey. There is also cornbread and sausage stuffed inside of all of the above and the whole deal will set you back a mere $275, which will serve upwards of 25 Thanksgiving friends. [SFoodie]

Buca de Beppo

855 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA

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