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La Nebbia Gets A Meatier Menu; Anchor Brewing's Christmas Ale Release

Also: a produce-heavy farm dinner at Seven Hills and ten years of Trumer Pils in Berkelery

Allesandro Desogos

NOE VALLEY—Nine months after launch, La Nebbia, the little sister to La Ciccia grows up a little bit with 15 new menu items, including three new pizzas, semolina gnocchi, grilled lamb skewers and even more seasonal offerings. [EaterWire]

NOB HILL—Over in the Scarlet Huntington Hotel, Big 4 Restaurant is doing a beer-centric dinner with the Big One in town Anchor Brewing on Monday, November 3rd to celebrate the annual release of their Christmas Ale. If you've recovered from your candy hangover by then, tickets can be had for a cool $125. [EaterWire]

NOB HILL—On Tuesday, November 4th, Seven Hills will host a farm dinner with David Little of The Little Organic Farm. Tickets for the prix-fixe menu are $90 on the night-of and each attendee goes home with a box of hand-picked produce picked on the farm that morning. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY—Speaking of beer, Trumer Pils is celebrating 10 years of making German-style pilsners in Berkeley, and to celebrate they're playing up the locally brewed angle with some new California-centric packaging and commemorative t-shirts designed by noted local surrealist Jeremy Fish. Proceeds from the tees go to benefit the Save the Bay foundation, but you'll have to head over to the brewery at 1404 4th Street to pick one up. [EaterWire]

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