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Michelin Affirms 3.333 Local Inspectors, Chez TJ Chef OUT, More

MARCH OF THE MICHELIN - GrubStreet has culled the latest from the Twitter feed of our anonymous local inspectors. The verdict? Station 1 in Woodside, A16 and Sons & Daughters are still in their good graces. Revival Bar + Kitchen, maybe not so much. Remember one-time Michelin directeur Jean-Luc Naret is on record telling Eater that a 1/3 of the 10 inspectors in North America call San Francisco home. The nameless Tweeter confirms there are several and then tells us the smoked salmon crepe at Brix is "purty." [Twitter via GrubStreet]

CHEF SHUFFLES - Chez TJ executive chef Scott Nishiyama has left the building just a little over a year after former chef Bruno Chemel exited with that very public Michelin star shitshow. Home on Market street also has a new chef, Tricia Tracey, who is apparently putting a few more global influences into the menu. [ISSF]

BEER WEEK - Monk's Kettle is hosting 9 beer-related events, some of which are off-site, including the tap pouring of six collaboration Sierra Nevada brews on Sunday, a 7-course Trappist beer-pairing dinner on Monday and a firkin festival with a la carte bites at Heart on Tuesday. Lots more information here on the website. [EaterWire]

Bizarre Foods host Andrew Zimmern went on the Rachael Ray Show today to talk about his history with drug abuse and homelessness and his efforts to help people in situations like his. Turns out in an upcoming episode of his show, Zimmern goes to San Francisco to visit a food bank and hangs out with freegans and the Foods Not Bombs folks in an effort to raise awareness. [RR via -EN-]

Thomas Keller with the Michelin Man "Chef Bibendum" [Photo: Flickr/Kendall College Chicago1]

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