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Linea Gets New Coffees; A Fisherman-Owned Fish Store

THE MISSIONLinea Caffe launched as an espresso-only spot, but house coffee maven Andrew Barnett (formerly of Ecco) has now added an Ethiopian decaf espresso option, as well as an Aeropressed regular coffee that's up to what they say are Barnett's "extremely high" standards. The beans are also available at retail. [EaterWire]

BERKELEYBonita Fish Market, a fishmonger actually owned by two fishermen, has made its debut in downtown Berkeley. Their selection is 80% sustainable, and the two owners eventually plan to trade off store-running and fishing duties to bring in a cheaper catch. [EBX]

UPTOWN OAKLANDCharlie Parker, the SoCal chef who earned rave reviews when he ran Plum, is returning for a night in his former kitchen alongside current chef Kim Alter. The duo will trade off courses on an $80, 8-course menu; more info here. [EaterWire]

SOMACathead's BBQ is celebrating their second anniversary on Saturday afternoon with a rib-off, featuring a rib competition with Baby Blues BBQ, The Galley, Good Foods Catering, and The Boneyard, a 101 North tap takeover, and biscuit-eating contests, all with live music. The $20 admission includes rib samples from all the competitors, a beer, and a raffle ticket. [EaterWire]

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