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Food Buddha Comes To Tipsy Pig, Bocadillos; and MORE

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FOOD TV - On Monday, TLC premiers Food Buddha, wherein City College of San Francisco Hotel and Restaurant Program graduate, Chef Rodelio Aglibot visits The Tipsy Pig, Bocadillos, and Nettie's Crab Shack with Ryan Scott as his guide and orders “OOE” – one of each – from all the menus. Nothing could possibly go wrong. [EaterWire]

MARKETWIRE - Urban Table Farmers’ Markets will be setting up its inaugural North Beach Farmers' Market this Sunday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Mason between Columbus and Lombard. [EaterWire]

FOOD FESTS - The second annual Eat Real Festival happens at Jack London Square in Oakland from August 27 to 29. According to a recent press release 80 street food carts and trucks will be on site along with beer, wine, kombucha and tea "fermentation tasting stations," an entertainment stage with pizza tossing, noodle pulling, a butchery contest and more on show and an outdoor short film festival. Tickets and more info can be found here. [EaterWire]

NIMBYWIRE - Besides the permitting of an ultralounge, lots of noise complaints were raised at the recent Entertainment Commission meeting. Lime in the Castro was served its first noise complaint ever, which is shocking, really; Manor West in SoMa had ameliorated previous noise complaints, but neighbors are now complaining again; Cantina in Union Square is getting lots of noise complaints now; Sutra in North Beach/Telegraph Hill has been getting noise complaints, specifically bass frequency, and the lease may be about to expire. Rest assured the Commssion is looking into all of the above. [EaterWire]

SOMA - Ame will be doing some prix fixe menus throughout the month of July, including a "Bo Ssam Dinner" on July 7 and a "Puerto Rico Dinner" on July 28th. The $55 price tag includes beverage pairings, which may include cocktails, wine or beer. You can peep all the upcoming menus here on the book of Face. [EaterWire]

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