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Potlikker Napa Is Sunday; Ferry Plaza Seafood Expands

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THE MISSION/NAPA—The Southern Foodways Alliance is in town this week, and it's not too late to score tickets to their Potlikker Napa event, featuring team-ups between fancy chefs (Christopher Kostow, Daniel Patterson, Stephen Barber) and BBQ pitmasters from Alabama and the Carolinas. Or for a cityside taste, head to Heath Ceramics tomorrow night for a soul food event with BBQ oysters and bites from Tanya Holland and Fernay MacPherson. [EaterWire]

NORTH BEACH—Its future at the building that gives it its name is up in the air, but Ferry Plaza Seafood already has a back-up plan on lock, leasing the former Pasta Pomodoro space at Union and Columbus with plans to open by year's end. [Inside Scoop]

SAN MATEOSan Mateo is in the running for the Best Small-Town Food Award in Rand McNally's annual Best Small Town competition (for cities under 150,000 people). 98,000 people strong, the city boasts gems like Wakuriya, All Spice, Ramen Dojo, Viognier, and Osteria Coppa, making it a strong contender. [Zagat]

BERNAL HEIGHTS—Pop-up wine bar Mugsy is returning to El Rio on Friday night with an event celebrating queer winemakers. As always, they'll have $8 glasses of wine on hand, plus El Rio's traditional free Friday oysters (if you get there early enough), Fox & Lion bread, cheese, salumi, and more. [EaterWire]