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Roberta's Comes to Plum; Alembic's Boozy Teatime

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OAKLANDCarlo Mirarchi, acclaimed chef of Brooklyn's Roberta's, is on the book tour circuit, and he'll be making a stop at Plum on November 1 to cook with Kim Alter. Dinner is $125 and includes a signed Roberta's Cookbook; beverage pairings are available. [EaterWire]

HAIGHT-ASHBURY—It's teatime at the Alembic beginning this Monday, but your grandma might not approve: Danny Louie is serving cocktails in teapots ($10 for one, $18 for two), made with chamomile and lapsang souchong and available from 12-5 pm, Monday-Thursday. [EaterWire]

THE EMBARCADERO—Talented pie bakers will want to enter CUESA's first Fall Harvest Pie Contest, to be held October 26. The best pie made with CA-grown seasonal ingredients will win its creator treats from Heath Ceramics, Knead Patisserie, and Sur La Table. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCOMichael Zusman, whose cookbook The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home came out this week, will be all over SF this weekend, doing events with featured deli Wise Sons. Stops include a Saturday reading at Omnivore, a Sunday brunch at 18 Reasons, and a talk with dessert at the Contemporary Jewish Museum on Sunday afternoon. [EaterWire]

The Alembic

1725 Haight Street, , CA 94117 (415) 666-0822 Visit Website

Plum

2214 Broadway Street, Oakland, CA Visit Website

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