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Fiveten Burger at Trace; Last Call for Eater Burgers

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Fiveten Burger's truck, working the scene. [Photo: j_z_n/Flickr]

SOMA—We're sad to say that Burger Week has come to a close, but if you want to keep reliving the good times, consider heading to Trace for their latest "Local Motion" collaboration with a food truck, starring Roland Robles of Bauer-approved Fiveten Burger. Dishes will include sliders, tots, onion rings, pickles, and corn dogs, plus fancier dishes from Trace's Paul Piscopo like Wagyu beef tartare and a black bass sandwich. Tickets are $40, with cocktail pairings available for an extra $25. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO—Today's also your last chance to sample the Eater Burger Week burgers at Super Duper Burgers (all locations) and 25 Lusk. Check out our introductory post from Monday to catch up on what makes them special (hello, chicken-fried quail and Cambozola blue cheese). [EaterWire]

HAYES VALLEY—Tablehopper brings word of a new lunchtime pop-up, The Lunchpad, that's started operating out of recently-opened Noir Lounge in Hayes Valley. They're offering updated takes on six classic sandwiches ($9-10 like a an Italian beef and a roast beef sandwich, plus pickles and garlic-Parmesan potato chips. Hours are Monday-Friday, 11 am-2 pm; they hope to add breakfast in a couple of weeks. [Tablehopper]

THE EMBARCADERO—Finally, if you're an aficionado of goat cheese, goat milk, or just petting cute little goats, don't miss tomorrow morning's Goat Festival at the Ferry Building. They'll have a cooking demo from Alicia Jenish of Grand Cafe, chats with goat cheese and yogurt makers, and free goat product samples. [EaterWire]

Noir Lounge

581 Hayes Street, , CA 94102 (415) 431-6647 Visit Website

Trace

181 3rd Street, , CA 94105 (415) 817-7836 Visit Website

Trace

181 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94105

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