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Zog's Dogs, patrons of the arts. [Photo: SF Appeal]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT—Only in SF: hot dog stand Zog's Dogs offers an annual artistic fellowship, and this year's recipients are the trio of Taryn Ann Brown, Jennie Pitts-Knipe, and Shannon Preto, who'll be performing an interpretative dance called "Mood Dances for Healthy Digestion" on demand for anyone ordering lunch tomorrow. Check out this video preview for more. They'll be there from 11 am-1 pm. [EaterWire]

BAYVIEWSpeakeasy Brewing is launching a Smokin' Sundays BBQ series, with a different purveyor visiting each month through November. They're kicking things off with Wexler's Back this Sunday, followed by the Rib Whip on July 14. Also on tap: $3 beers and special pairings like beer-infused BBQ sauce. [EaterWire]

CASTRO—The new Green Chile Kitchenette inside the Castro location of Chile Pies is offering a special discount promotion throughout June. Each week, a different dish will be half-off: this week (through June 8) is nachos, June 9-15 is a taco plate, the 16th-22nd is a flat enchilada, and the 23rd-30th is burritos. They're open daily from noon-9 pm. [EaterWire]

JACKSON SQUARE—Looking for a splurge? Look no further than Monday's Louis Roederer champagne dinner at Quince, featuring six courses (including caviar and lobster) paired with pricey bubbly, including 2005 Cristal. Tickets are $195; call (415) 775-8500 x 31 to reserve. [EaterWire]

Quince

470 Pacific Avenue, , CA 94133 (415) 775-8500 Visit Website

Zog's Dogs

1 Montgomery St., San Francisco, CA

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