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Tacolicious' School Project, Doughnut Dolly to OAK

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FOODLANTHROPY — Tacolicious owners Joe Hargrove and Sara Deseran happen to be parents who are committed to supporting public schools, so they've decided to donate 15% of Monday night dinner proceeds from both their Marina and Mission restaurants to area institutions. The first beneficiaries are Mission High and Galileo Academy of Science and Technology. [EaterWire]

DONUTS — Hannah Hoffman is readying her new shop Doughnut Dolly for a mid-April Temescal debut. Named after a war-time term for Red Cross ladies, Hoffman's take on the yeast-raised sinker is naturally filled-to-order with haute concoctions. Who's ready for tomato jam with lemon verbena sugar? [Grub Street]

PLYWOOD SPECIAL — A sign hanging in the old Carlos Club location proclaims that Silver Stone Cafe is coming soon. Having crossed out the words breakfast and lunch on the sign, the owners appear to be less certain of what they'll serve — but coffee is definitely on the menu. [Uptown Almanac]

BREAD PUDDINGS — Refinery 29's exploration of the city's bread pudding contenders turns up raves for Hooker's Sweet Treats, Baker and Banker, and the Cookie Time truck. Gotta admit, the sight of the croissant and custard variety from La Boulange is positively distracting. [R29]

Tacolicious

1129 Manhattan Avenue, , CA 90266 Visit Website

Baker & Banker

1701 Octavia Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 (415) 351-2500 Visit Website

Doughnut Dolly

482B 49th Street, Oakland, CA

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