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Namu Gaji.
Namu Gaji.
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THE MISSION — Namu Gaji (499 Dolores) has added some limited large format specials to the menu for dinner Tuesdays through Sundays. Look for new options that feed 3-5 people such as $100 Bo Ssam (roast organic pork belly with crispy skin, 18 oysters, steamed Napa cabbage wraps, fixings; three orders available daily) and $60 whole Korean fried chicken (five orders available daily). [EaterWire]

COMING ATTRACTIONS — Locally based nostalgic candy vendor See's is gearing up to nab the Guinness Book of World Records' largest lollypop honors with a 7000 pound sucker to be shown in Justin Herman Plaza on July 20 ("National Lollypop Day"). See's will also offer free lollypops at all locations, and an extra-special sweepstakes for a See's Candies factory tour and other prizes. [EaterWire]

GOLDEN GATE PARK — A final reminder that Oysterfest takes place on June 30 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Sharon Meadow. Tickets are $35 (not including food or drink) and are available here. [EaterWire]

FAREWELL FOIE — Even though out-of-state foie is still going to be a presence in local restaurants after this weekend, Alexander's Steakhouse (448 Brannan) is offering a midnight blowout on June 30. The seven-course foie tasting ($185) begins at 11 p.m. and reservations are required. There's also a Farewell to the Foie: The 11th Hour Party hosted by Bon Vivants and Chester Watson on June 30 beginning at 10 p.m. at a secret San Francisco location. Tickets for the four-course meal with pairings ($80) are available here. [EaterWire]

Namu Gaji

499 Dolores St., San Francisco, CA 94110 415 431 6268 Visit Website

Namu Gaji

499 Dolores, San Francisco, CA

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