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Capo's Now Takes Plastic; Namu Extends Its Brunch

NORTH BEACH—Annoyed by the infamous cash-only policy at Tony Gemignani's pizzeria Capo's? Annoy no longer: they now take plastic (Visa and MasterCard, specifically). [Tablehopper]

THE MISSIONNamu Gaji's entry into the brunch game was so successful that it's extending hours: brunch will now be available Wednesday-Sunday, starting at 11:30 am on weekdays (10:30 on weekends) and going all the way until 4 pm. A nice place to go when you call in "sick" to Dolores Park on a warm day. [EaterWire]

THE EMBARCADERO—Tomorrow night, Americano is throwing a big crab and Champagne dinner, with avocado salad, pie, and of course, plenty of crustaceans, all paired with Moet bubbly. Tickets are $75; reserve by phone or on OpenTable. [EaterWire]

JACK LONDON SQUARE—Tomorrow also marks the one-year anniversary of Oakland pizzeria The Forge, which they're celebrating by offering free margherita pizzas from 4-6 pm, along with happy-hour drinks all day and a DJ from 7 pm onward. [EaterWire]

Capo's

641 Vallejo Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 415 986 8998 Visit Website

Namu Gaji

499 Dolores St., San Francisco, CA 94110 415 431 6268 Visit Website

The Forge

66 Franklin Street, Oakland, CA 94607 510-268-3200 Visit Website

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