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Meadowood Garden Grows, Greens Doubles Brunch, More

MEADOWOOD - Michelin three-starred The Restaurant at Meadowod has just leased new land through the adjacent St. Helena Montessori school with a plan to grow their proprietary garden from 1/2 an acre to three acres in the next year. This means the restaurant will be able to raise its own USDA-certified goats and lamb, along with proprietary grains and crops, while the school kids will gain a better understanding of environmentally aware eating. A good old fashioned win-win. [EaterWire]

THE BRUNCH BUNCH - Chef Annie Somerville's Embarcadero vegetarian mecca Greens has just expanded its brunch from Sunday-only to Saturday too. The views are great here and apparently the Yukon griddle cakes are the way to go. Hours: 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. [EaterWire]

EXPANSION WIRE - Sir Ryan Scott has 3-Sum Eats food truck numero dos in the works. According to the Twitters he hopes it'll be up and running before Christmas. [Twitter]

COMING ATTRACTIONS - Tickets are now on sale for Hip Tastes upcoming event at Sutton Cellars winery on Nov. 19. There will be a unisex booze-inspired perfume bar (Think notes of juniper and wormwood.), vermouth and wine tasting bars, and a "gastro scavenger hunt" through nearby spots like Serpentine, Kitchenette and 3 Fish Studios. More details and tickets are available here. [EaterWire]

CHEF SHUFFLES - Remember how the Castro's 2223 is turning into something called Jake's on Market? Now today we get news that Erik Hopfinger (formerly of Long Bar, Circa, and Top Chef) shall be chef there, cooking "updated Americana classics." Meanwhile Tender Nob's forthcoming Bouche has brought on former Coi sous chef Nicholas Borzee. [ISSF]

Jake's On Market

2223 Market Street, San Francisco, California 94108 415 431 0692

COI

373 Broadway, , CA 94133 Visit Website

Bouche

603 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 (415) 956- 0396

Meadowood

900 Meadowood Lane St. Helena, CA

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