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Roland Rumblings; No-Corkage at Meze's "A Taste of Greece"; Bottomless Mimosas at Five in Berkeley; MORE

Bagel Uh-Oh - SFoodie dug up the behind-the-scenes of Phil Roland's recent abrupt exit from Terra Bakery and Cafe. Says Roland's partner Jennifer Westmoreland: "'Unfortunately Phil and I were not able to provide the same quality customer service and baked good as we did in the Lower Haight, so we left. At this time I cannot give details because we are pending a lawsuit over ownership , the use of Phil's name and unetical [sic] business practice. We are currently looking for a new spot and will keep everyone updated.' She asked that we mention that the duo are seeking new investors. Done." [SFoodie]

MARINA - Mezes "A Taste of Greece" on Chestnut is now offering a 4-course prix fixe for $20 on Mondays with no corkage fees. And they're also doing something called "pialeta Wednesdays:" if you order and eat a meze platter at the Wine Bar you'll get a complimentary wine tasting. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY - Five just announced its new brunch menu. It's a $32 buffet deal with endless mimosas. The new chef, Banks White, will switch things up according to the seasons. [EaterWire]

WINE COUNTRY - Bardesseno has just re-opened its patio for dining and they have a new lunch menu to go along with it. The restaurant has also appointed a new manager, James Allen, who was last at Blanca Restaurant in Solana Beach, CA. [EaterWire]

CHEFS SHUFFLES - Inside Scoop reported today that Justin Simoneaux has left the Moss Room. Owner Loretta Keller will now step up to the plate, unveiling an entirely new menu to create a destination restaurant. Former Coco500 chef Michael Morrison will be promoted to Moss Room executive chef. [ISSF]

A Roland's bagel, currently available nowhere. [Photo: SF Weekly/ Jonathan Kauffman]

Terra Bakery and Café

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

Terra Bakery & Cafe

402 Gough St., San Francisco, CA

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