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SOMA - Ethiopian restaurant Moya, which opened about a month ago, will be throwing a grand opening party next Tuesday that you may wish to attend. Chef owner Fana Alemayehu will kick things off with a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony at 10:30 a.m., followed by an injera making demo, dancing, lunch at noon and two additional coffee ceremonies at 3 and 6 p.m. More information can be found on the Web site. [EaterWire]

GUEST 'TENDERS - Madame Tablehopper did it, and now Jardiniere has asked the unbylined San Francisco editor of Daily Candy, Karen Palmer, to moonlight behind the bar at J Lounge this coming Wednesday. Palmer tells us she'll be serving up a special Daily Candy cocktail called the Sweet Tart to sedate the masses during her two-hour stint starting at 6 p.m. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND - Reminder: the Eat Real Festival will be taking place in Jack London Square this coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And Camino is now doing a special four-course fundraising dinner on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. All proceeds from the meal will benefit Eat Real's nonprofit partners and you can purchase tickets here. [EaterWire]

OPENING REPORT - From Signore Lucchesi today we learn that the former Manresa executive pastry chef Kendra Bakerwill open Penny Ice Creamery in Santa Cruz tomorrow. Baker holds the rare badge of licensed pasteurizer so she'll be making nine ice cream flavors from scratch with flavors depending on what's fresh at the markets. More on the menu can be learned over at Inside Scoop. [ISSF]

FOOD FESTS - According to Mission Mission there were lines 50-deep at all of the booths at the San Francisco Street Food Festival on Saturday. Mission Loc@l took a video of the chaos, Burrito Justice has a panoramic slide show and SFoodie covers the liquid angle and has a lengthy visual. Add in recaps from the Examiner, GrubStreet and Single Guy Chef and you really should get a great idea of how the second annual street eats festivus shook out. [Various]

Moya’s Fana Alemayehu (right) with cousin Roman (middle) and sister Hanna (left). [Photo: Urban Solutions]

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