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Roland's of Bagel Fame Resurfaces at Terra Bakery & Cafe; Noodle Fest in Chinatown; Senate Bill Scares Small Farmers

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HAYES VALLEY - After an ugly landlord dispute, Roland's Bagels shuttered in February, and now SFoodie reports its New York-style bagels have finally resurfaced at Terra Bakery and Cafe in the shuttered Essencia space on Hayes. Roland has teamed up with new partners to create the concept, which also offers sandwiches, salads, and brunch. [SFoodie]

CARBOLOADS - The Chinatown Community Development Center and North Beach Merchants Association are throwing Noodle Fest this Sunday. Pay fifteen bones in advance to get access to noodle and pasta dishes from more than 30 Chinatown and North Beach Locations; so you can try Italian pasta dishes and Chinese noodle bowls at the same time, if that's your sort of thing. More information is available here. [EaterWire]

FARMERWIRE - Due to recent outbreaks of food contamination across the U.S., a bill currently sits before the Senate that would bring all farmers under strict review by the FDA. Opponents fear small farmers risk being put out of business by the "one-size-fits-all" approach, while supporters feel no farm should be overlooked by safety regulation. Skip to this overview at SFGate for the full analysis. [SFGate]

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Terra Bakery and Café

401 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 415 863 2233

Terra Bakery & Cafe

401 Gough St., San Francisco, CA