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BOOZEWIRE — The Annual Cabernet Shootout Chellenge takes place on January 19 at The Winery SF (200 California Ave.) on Treasure Island. The event is hosted by Bay Area Wine Society and includes a blind Cabernet tasting where your palate is compared with that of the professionals. Tickets ($69) are available via Eventbrite. [EaterWire]

POP-UPS — Humphry Slocombe owner Jake Godby is once again parking his savory Truck Stop Cafe from 6-10 p.m. tonight (January 15) at Truck (1900 Folsom). The last meal special, which honors notorious killers in history, is a duck and lamb cassoulet served in honor of Hamida Djandoubi, the final person to be guillotined in France. [EaterWire]

COMING ATTRACTIONS — Camper English (Alcademics) and Virginia Miller (SF Bay Guardian) are among the alcohol-friendly writers who will read at the first San Francisco installment of popular East Coast storytelling night Drink.Think. The event is free and takes place at 6 p.m. on February 5 at Cantina (580 Sutter). [EaterWire]

SOMA — Chef Pamela Mazzola launches Pam's Sunday Short Ribs on January 20 at Prospect (300 Spear). Each Sunday, her family's most-requested dish at home, boneless slow-braised short ribs served with mashed potatoes, braising jus, and braised vegetables, is on special for $25. [EaterWire]

Prospect Restaurant

300 Spear Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 415 247 7770 Visit Website

Humphry Slocombe

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

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