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Free Bubbly at Maverick; Brunch at Prospect; Margs; MORE!

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THE MISSION - Maverick is celebrating its five-year anniversary tonight and they are giving away a free glass of bubbly to all diners. Cheers to that. [EaterWire]

SOMA - Prospect, the new restaurant from the Boulevard team that opened two weeks ago, sent out a press release today announcing they will start serving weekend brunch in the Fall. [EaterWire]

MICHELIN WIRE - Michelin announced today they are adding a Chicago guide to the mix. They've also recently launched editions covering Tokyo, Kyoto/Osaka and Hong Kong/Macao. In sort of related news, Michelin founder Jean-Luc Naret may be "in hiding" now with the SF inspection team as they prepare for the release of the 2011 San Francisco edition in Fall. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO - Epic Roasthouse is holding its second annual "High on the Hog" event on Saturday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The event takes place on the patio and $95 admission includes unlimited tasting of spit-roasted pig along with wines and sides from chef Jan Birnbaum. Find more information and purchase tickets here. [EaterWire]

THE SUNSET - Starting next Wednesday, July 21, Social Kitchen and Brewery will be kicking off its monthly brewmaster dinner series. Each $30 multi-course dinner prepared by chef Dante Simoncini will be paired with beers brewed in-house; and there's even an appetizer and beer reception starting at 6:30 p.m. More info on the Web site. [EaterWire]

BAR WIRE - John Colins is celebrating its 5-year anniversary all week long. Tonight they're offering $5 margaritas, $5 tequila shots and $15 beer buckets; Wednesday is Christmas in July with $5 cocktails and free cocktails for costume-wearers. You can find more information on what's happening for the rest of the week here. [EaterWire]


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