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Wild Kitchen's Season Finale, Vinyl's Pizza Party

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Wild Kitchen. [Photo: Laurie Eanes]

POP-UPS — Iso Rabins' Wild Kitchen hosts its last dinner series of the season from February 23-26. The first two nights will be a la carte service for walk-ins at 710 Florida Street, while the 25th and 26th will be ticketed prix fixe affairs purchased via Eventbrite and held at a secret location. Looks like you'll have to do your own gourmet foraging for a minute after that. [EaterWire]

FREEBIE WIRE — Vinyl Wine Bar (359 Divisadero) is throwing a Neighborhood Holiday Pizza Party tomorrow night (Feb. 23) with a nice gratis deal. Purchase a PizzaHacker pizza and receive a free glass from the happy hour wine selection. Soup Junkie returns for a pop-up night on Feb. 24. [EaterWire]

AWARDS SEASON — Zagat debuts its new 30 Under 30 list and bestows up-and-coming hotness on local food professionals. Honored youngsters include chef Danny Bowien (Mission Chinese Food), pastry pro Melissa Chou (Aziza), and sommelier Desmond Echavarrie (The French Laundry). [Zagat]

WINE — Paul Einbund, the sommelier at Frances (3870 17th St.), reps SF in an in-depth feature by Eater National on wine hotness. He finds the city to have a notable concentration of "labor-intensive small lists" and professes particular love of the selections at Slanted Door, RN74, Spruce, and Bar Tartine. [~ EN ~]


301 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 415 543 7474 Visit Website

The Slanted Door

One Ferry Building, , CA 94111 (415) 861-8032 Visit Website

The French Laundry

6640 Washington Street, , CA 94599 (707) 944-2380 Visit Website


3640 Sacramento Street, , CA 94118 (415) 931-5100 Visit Website

Mission Chinese Food

2234 Mission Street, , CA 94110 (415) 863-2800 Visit Website


3870 17th Street, , CA 94114 (415) 621-3870 Visit Website


, , GA 30318 (404) 968-9437 Visit Website

Vinyl Wine Bar

359 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA

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