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Persian New Year at Zaré; Mission Public Moves

The haft-sins of Nowruz. [Photo: Zaré at Fly Trap]

SOMA—This Tuesday, Hoss Zar&eacute of Zaré at Fly Trap will host his annual Nowruz (Persian New Year) dinner, with some of the seven traditional New Year foods (haft-sins) reimagined in creative dishes like parsnip soup with Dungeness crab and cabbage dolma with duck confit. The four-course meal is $55; call (415) 243-0580 to reserve. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—After trying to get a change-of-use permit for a space at Mission and 15th, Anthony Shuton has decided to move his Mission Public gastropub project to a more hospitable space around the corner, the former Om Shan Tea at 14th and South Van Ness. He hopes to begin serving California beers and small plates in May. [Inside Scoop]

THE MISSION—If you're a fan of Girl Scout Cookies and beer, get yourself over to Cerveceria de MateVeza tonight. They're debuting a selection of five cookie-inspired beers like the Samoa (a dubbel with coconut and cocoa nibs) and the Thin Mint (a peppermint porter). With only one keg of each brew, not to mention pairings with the actual cookies, these will go fast, so get on it. [SF Weekly]

THE MISSIONElixir, which already has a house IPA, is planning to launch a house stout as well, and they're taking advantage of St. Patrick's Day weekend to do a taste test. For $7, they'll provide you with a 10.5-ounce pour of an oatmeal stout and a dry stout, as well as a comment card to vote for your favorite of the duo. Once you pick a winner, additional pints are $1 off. [EaterWire]

Zare at Fly Trap

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