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Food Craft Institute and Delica Due in East Bay

<br>Delica rf-1 in San Francisco.

Delica rf-1 in San Francisco.
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EXPANSIONWIRE — Delica rf-1 plans to be serving its Japanese-California delights in Walnut Creek by the summer. This outpost will be more focused on donburi rice bowls and ramen, but hopefully the roast beef sushi will still be on the menu. [ISSF]

FOOD SCHOOL —Food Craft Institute, the new non-profit arm of Eat Real Festival, begins offering classes in Jack London Square in April. With "master courses" taught by professors like culinary scientist Harold McGee beginning at $2750, prospective artisan entrepreneurs had better be wealthy or talented enough to snag one of the available scholarships. [SFGate]

OAKLAND — Also fancying up the Jack London Square area is The Night Light, a new bar that reminds Thrillist of a 19th century brothel. It will soon open a members-only level, but we doubt there will be sex in the champagne room. [Thrillist]

POP-UPS — Valerie Luu and Katie Kwan are cooking up beef pho and breakfast banh mi for the next installment of their Bourdain-approved Rice Paper Scissors on March 18. This special Sunday brunch will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a "secret garage location" that will be mailed out on Saturday, so you might want to get on the mailing list. [EaterWire]


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