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Build a Gingerbread House, Eat A Bunch of Brisket, More!

When a Giants' fan visits Gingerbread Builders on Union St...
When a Giants' fan visits Gingerbread Builders on Union St...
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GINGERBREAD HOUSE WIRE- Replacing the Pure Dark Mars pop-up shop on Union Street is a holiday-only pop-up called Gingerbread Builders, offering pre-assembled, undecorated gingerbread houses you can finish up at home or in the shop. They also deliver to parties, and host family- and adult-oriented gatherings on site. All of the gum drops, icing, candy, and ice cream cones (a.k.a. gingerbread house Christmas trees) you need are available too. Get some ideas here. The shop goes dark on Jan 1. [EaterWire]

POP-UPS - Old World Food Truck is holding a special interdenominational Hanukkah celebration with a tasting menu for the first two nights of Hanukkah, December 20 and 21. On top of the food, they'll be bringing a dreidel, menorah and the whole shebang into La Victoria. More information and tickets here. [EaterWire]

BRISKET FEST - Shotwell's is bringing back its annual Brisketfest madness on Dec. 7th. Beef in all shapes and sizes will be rounded out by bacon cupcakes, salad and special sodas from Soda Craft. Take a look at the details here. [EaterWire]

COFFEE BUZZ - De La Paz coffee now has a permanent storefront of sorts, serving espresso, cappuccino and brewed coffee on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It's at 1081 Mission Street, right next to AQ restaurant. Expect more from De La Paz next year. [SFoodie]

EXPANSION WIRE - Prather Ranch is going to open a breakfast and lunch stop called American Eatery in the Ferry Building, serving sandwiches, soups, and burgers (duh). It should open this month. [Tablehopper]


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Gingerbread Builders

1775 Union St., San Francisco, CA