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Adieu to Angelo's Cafe, Slocombe on Foie

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Angelo's early days. [Photo: Yelp/Karen T.]

THE SHUTTER — Three years ago, Angelo's Cafe (2314 Clement) was sporting a grand opening sign; now, it has had its grand closing. With a glut of eateries just a few blocks away, it existed just beyond the main flow of foot traffic. [Richmond SF Blog]

QUOTE OF THE DAY — Eater National grabs a moment with Jake Godby and Sean Vahey of Humphry Slocombe (2790 Harrison) as they drop the shop's long-awaited tell-all memoir slash cookbook this week. Asked about the impending statewide ban on foie gras, the duo state that they intend to keep making ice cream sandwiches with foie until the end. "I don't like being told what I can and can't eat," says Vahey. [Eater National]

FIDI — A deal at RN74 (301 Mission) typically means a super expensive wine is merely expensive, but now there are some legitimately cheap promotions in honor of their third anniversary. Select wines, cocktails and to-go desserts like peanut butter mousse are just $3 through April 28. [EaterWire]

AT&T PARK — With scads of new Giants fans sprouting up over the last couple of seasons, the time is ripe for an etiquette guide for how to behave in AT&T Park. The author does end up giving away the best secret, though: "Enter AT&T Park through Public House [24 Willie Mays Plaza]. Better and cheaper beer, and you can bring it into the stadium." [SFist]


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

Humphry Slocombe

1653B Abbot Kinney Boulevard, , CA 90291 (424) 387-8161 Visit Website

Angelo's Cafe

2314 Clement, San Francisco, CA