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Go Go Cafe Goes; So Does Rickhouse's Castro; Food Carts on the Peninsula

BOOZELAND - Rickhouse general manager and bartender Erick Castro is stepping down at the end of the month. His next stop will be West Coast Ambassador for Beefeater and Plymouth gins, the latest notable local mixologist to swap bars for brands. [Alcademics]

SUNSET - Over at SFoodie, Hawt Kauffy discovers the tearful demise of Go Go Cafe. Luckily, he also learns that the owner of New Ling Hung on Noriega will soon transform the Irving Street staple into Brother Seafood Restaurant. Pescatarians, please to dry your eyes. [SFoodie]

DOWNTOWN - Grubz has the goodies on the full menu now being served at Thermidor. Luckily, this includes the namesake dish lobster thermidor, a crustacean's answer to the twice-baked potato. [Grub Street]

THE PENINSULA - A gang of SF's informal food carts, including Mali Num Num, Gumbo Cart, and Adobo Hobo, will hoof it down south for a little field trip tomorrow night. They'll converge on San Mateo's new Jetset Lounge at 9 p.m. [EaterWire]

[Erick Castro Photo: Caroline on Crack]

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