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Sightglass Joins Ferry Plaza; Verve Eyeing SF Cafe

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Beans ready for roasting at Sightglass.
Beans ready for roasting at Sightglass.
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THE EMBARCADEROSightglass is the latest vendor to join the Saturday Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market. They'll be pulling espresso and selling beans in the back next to Cowgirl Creamery's booth, beginning next Saturday, August 17. [7x7]

SAN FRANCISCO—In other third-wave coffee news, popular Santa Cruz-based roastery Verve is apparently on the hunt for a space in San Francisco to go with the one they've just signed on in L.A. [Inside Scoop]

RUSSIAN HILL—Right on schedule, Pesce has shut down on Polk Street, in order to get its new location in the former 2223/Jake's on Market space up and running next Wednesday. The future of the old space is still TBD. [Tablehopper]

THE EMBARCADERO—Former Big bartenders Brian Felley and Mo Hodges are popping up all over the place. In addition to their Love Boat Mondays at Muka, they've revamped the cocktail menu at Sens. (Here it is.) The bar has also introduced happy hour on Saturdays. [EaterWire]

Pesce Seafood Bar

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