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Creme Brulee to Mission; Great Indian Food on Haight

Creme Brulee Man Curtis Kimball, in action. [Photo: niallkennedy/Flickr]

THE MISSION—Apparently the Creme Brulee Cart is going to open up another brick-and-mortar shop, this time on 24th Street. We'll have more details tomorrow. [@cremebruleecart via Uptown Almanac]

HAIGHT-ASHBURY—Work appears to be underway at the former Kan Zaman space on Haight, which is turning into an Indian restaurant that may or may not be called Great Indian Food, at least according to the menu posted in their window. It looks like sort of a riff on Kasa and Curry Up Now's menus, with roti wraps and thali plates. [Uppercasing]

RUSSIAN HILL—Those looking to feed a crowd on a budget should be intrigued by Capo's new Spaghetti Sundays promotion, at which $40 will buy you enough spaghetti and meatballs, pasta e fagioli soup, Caesar salad, and garlic bread to feed 4-6 people. It's available every Sunday from 12-2:30 pm. [EaterWire]

SOMA—The folks at RN74 are devoting May to a celebration of Cru Beaujolais and Gamay wines, and they're starting the party with a happy hour this Wednesday from 4 pm-close in the bar and lounge. Select Gamay wines by the glass and a Gamay-based cocktail will be $5, and $1.50 oysters and $7 bar bites like escargot and smoked-salmon beignets will be available. The $5 wine and cocktail will also be available during daily happy hour, from 4-6 pm. And if you have a Gamay wine gathering dust in your cellar, bring it in anytime in May for free corkage. [EaterWire]

Capo's

641 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 415 986 8998 Visit Website

RN74

301 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 415 543 7474 Visit Website

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