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TacoBar Opens for Lunch; Ubuntu Back to 7-Day Dinner Sched

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PACIFIC HEIGHTS - TacoBar will be opening tomorrow, but, alas, it's only for lunch. Owner Jack Schwartz tells us he'll be open for dinner in a week, or maybe a little longer, which means you should check back before heading in for an evening quesadilla. In the meantime, here's the lunch menu. [EaterWire]

NAPA VALLEY - We receive word through a press release that Ubuntu, which has had a limited Thursday-Monday dinner schedule for the last few months, has reopened for dinner 7-nights a week. To “celebrate,” tonight through Thursday, they’re offering 2-for-1 sangria and complimentary bites from Chef Aaron London, who was Jeremy Fox’s sous chef before he abruptly split from the restaurant in February. In an interesting twist, they're also putting yoga gear and classes on sale at the adjacent Ubuntu Annex. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO - There's a Festa di Primavera happening at the Ferry Building this Sunday evening on the 2nd floor from 4-7 p.m. Boccalone, Il Cane Rosso, Cowgirl Creamery, Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant, Mijita, and a bunch of other Ferry vendors will be offering tastings at tables throughout the room, and Italian circus performers will be jumping around to entertain you, while traditional Italian music from the Hot Frittatas plays. Buy advance tickets here for $35. [EaterWire]

EVERYWHERE, SORT OF - The Curry Up Truck, slingers of Indian street foods and other popular global street cuisines, has begun circulating in SF proper. They were at Bush and Sansome today, for example. Follow them on Twitter to see if they plan to slide by you any time soon. [EaterWire]
Inside TacoBar. [Photo: UrbanDaddy]

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2401 California St, San Francisco, CA

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