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Liholiho Returns; Bi-Rite Divis Already Has Lines

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Liholiho Yacht Club's Ravi Kapur with Stuart Brioza of State Bird Provisions. [Photo: Meesha Halm/Zagat]

THE FILLMORE—Former Prospect chef Ravi Kapur is back with another edition of his Liholiho Yacht Club project, and as he has in the past, he's taking advantage of the Sunday-night slot at State Bird Provisions to serve up his Hawaiian-influenced fare for the next two weeks. The menu hasn't been finalized yet, but you can make reservations here. [EaterWire]

WESTERN ADDITION/NOPABi-Rite Divis, which isn't scheduled to open to the public until Wednesday, did a little soft opening yesterday afternoon, and drew a 30-person line for ice cream before the doors even swung open. Anti-Divis-gentrification folks: your worst nightmare has arrived. [SFist]

THE MISSION—The Disposable Film Festival, the annual celebration of movies made on non-professional video devices, is branching out into food this year, with a special dinner celebrating author Saru Jayaraman (Behind the Kitchen Door) and featuring a five-course menu from Perbacco's Karl Holl. Social justice is an important theme of the meal, and much of the produce will come from Pie Ranch, which works with at-risk youth to encourage a love of fresh food and farming. Tickets are $80 and include drinks; see more info here. [EaterWire]

THE EMBARCADERO—CUESA has announced the latest duo of Chef's Market Baskets that allow diners to cook from chefs' recipes at home. This month's offerings: root vegetable pancakes and warm brown rice salad from Lauren Kiino of Il Cane Rosso ($19, or $27 with bacon), or roasted broccoli and roasted root vegetables with a farm egg from newly-minted Rising Star Chef Robin Song of Hog and Rocks ($23). Order from Good Eggs for pickup or delivery next Tuesday. [EaterWire]

State Bird Provisions

1529 Fillmore Street, , CA 94115 (415) 795-1272 Visit Website

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