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Noisette Moves to Public Works, La Boulange Rises

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THE MISSION — Noisette, the food/music event from Noise Pop on August 4, has relocated from Speakeasy Brewery to Public Works (161 Erie). Download the menu for the day, which includes bites from Bar Crudo, Namu Gaji, Flour + Water, Commonwealth, and more. [EaterWire]

'BUCKSWIRE — Pascal Rigo, who sold his La Boulange to Starbucks for $100 million, is dubbed the "Steve Jobs of pastry" in a feature profile. He discusses his visions for scaling up without losing quality, which might include cloning the operations of his South San Francisco commissary kitchen around the country. [Modern Luxury]

COMING ATTRACTIONS — Nationally touring Wine Riot brings the organized chaos of more than 300 wines to Concourse Exhibition Center (635 Eighth St.) from August 3 to 4. Ticket prices range from $50 to 60 for the opening event on August 3 and two "riots" on August 4; grab those here. [EaterWire]

LEGALWIRE — San Francisco Civil Grand Jury is recommending a ban on restaurants passing Healthy SF surcharges along to customers. A disturbing report suggests that some employers have even been seeing a profit from this. [ISSF]

Commonwealth

2224 Mission Street, , CA 94110 (415) 355-1500 Visit Website

Namu Gaji

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

Bar Crudo

655 Divisadero Street, , CA 94117 (415) 409-0679 Visit Website

Public Works

161 Erie St., San Francisco, CA

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