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Big Strides For Urban Ag, SF Mexican Restos Unite, More!

TAX DOLLARS AT WORK - The Supes passed new rules yesterday allowing urban farms to sell to restaurants and at farmers' markets without having to obtain a permit. According to the San Francisco Urban Agriculture Alliance, this puts SF at the forefront of urban agriculture in America. [SFoodie]

CINCO DE MAYO - Tacolicious has gathered ten San Francisco Mexican restaurants and four tequila makers together for its Hecho en San Francisco Cinco de Mayo event to benefit CUESA. Participants include La Palma, La Torta Gorda, Nopalito, Chaac Mool and many more. For complete event details and tickets, go here. [EaterWire]

BENEFITS - Speakeasy is holding a benefit raffle for Bryan Stow this Friday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. during their regular weekly Firkin' Friday open house at the brewery at 1195 Evans Ave in Bayview. Stow, a San Jose paramedic was brutally beaten after the Giants' season opener in LA earlier this month. Find more information on the support fund for Brian Stow here. [EaterWire]

PRINT MEDIA - The May edition of Food & Wine has a little spotlight on what pastry chef William Werner is doing at his dessert pop-up "trunk show" at Big Daddy's Antiques. There are recipes for his almond cakes, semolina-corn sables and cocoa-carrot cake. [Food & Wine]

TAX SEASON - The Feast has this handy list of tax-break bites for $3 and under from Namu, Super Mira, Chairman Bao and some other local haunts. [THe Feast]

Glide's rooftop garden. [Photo: NY Times/Peter DaSilva]

Tacolicious

1129 Manhattan Avenue, , CA 90266 Visit Website

Namu

439 Balboa Street, San Francisco, CA 94118 Visit Website

Hecho: Sushi/Tequila/Robata

185 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94104

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