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Pal's Move Is On; Padrecito Sundays; Linea Kickstarter

Pal's owner Jeff Mason serving up sandwiches during Sunday Streets. [Photo: sanfranannie/Flickr]

THE MISSIONPal's Takeaway fans, be advised; the popular Mission sandwich shop is going dark on Friday, May 31 at its original location. It'll return in mid-June, when, as previously announced, it co-opens a space at 24th and Folsom with wine bar La Movida. [Tablehopper]

COLE VALLEYPadrecito is now open on Sunday nights, and is looking to launch Monday nights and weekend brunch shortly. [Tablehopper]

THE MISSION—It's one hell of a day for local Kickstarters: in addition to the already-discussed Chefs Feed guidebook and Sandbox Bakery parklet, Anthony Myint and Andrew Barnett have put their previously-announced Linea Caffe project up on the site in hopes of raising funds for an entrance on San Carlos Street and sidewalk seating. The prizes range from $10 for a coffee and waffle when the cafe opens, to $35-45 logo cups made by Heath Ceramics. And for coffee addicts, $800 buys a lot: a year of a free coffee and waffle every week, a coffee subscription, a signed Mission Street Food cookbook and T-shirt, and more. Check it out here. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND—This Sunday is World Sherry Day, and all this week, Duende is celebrating in style with tons of deals. First off, they're offering free tastes of a daily sherry to anyone over 21; just ask at the counter and they'll offer up a sample. Special sherry cocktails will also be available all week. Then, on Sunday, they'll offer a $10 tasting of 10 different sherries from 2:30-5:30 pm, followed by discounted tapas and sherry pairings and 50% off sherry bottles from 6 pm onwards. Teatro Flamenco will perform at 8 pm, and all ticketholders will also be given some free sherry to enjoy. All the info is here. [EaterWire]

BERNAL HEIGHTS—Pop-up wine bar Mugsy is returning to El Rio on Friday, May 31, in a celebration of Bayview-based Gratta Wines, which recently took home double gold medals at the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition (one of only two competing Cabernet Sauvignons to do so). In addition to the winning 2010 Cab, poured by winemaker Barbara Gratta, they'll also have bubbly from Rock Wall Wines and French sparkling rosé, as well as salumi. The event runs from 5:30-8:30 pm; more info here. [EaterWire]


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