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CUESA's Sunday Supper; Yom Kippur at Delfina and Locanda

Plus: A Portola Valley fundraiser, and Ante Meridian's regular brunch stint.

CUESA's Sunday Supper.
CUESA's Sunday Supper.
Drew Altizer

EMBARCADEROCUESA's lavish annual Sunday Supper goes down on Sunday night, with chefs from pretty much all of the city's best restaurants cooking up sustainable food to support the farmer's market. Champagne, a four-course meal, and live music await in exchange for your $275. [EaterWire]

MISSION—Looking for a nice way to break your Yom Kippur fast? Delfina and Locanda are offering special $40 menus (served speedily) beginning at 5 pm. [EaterWire]

SILICON VALLEY—Fancy food and good wine in a stunning Portola Valley house sounds like a pretty good plan for this summery weekend, particularly if it benefits underprivileged youth seeking a four-year college degree. Admission to Juma Ventures' Heart of Harvest event on Saturday is a pricey $300, but it goes to a good cause. [EaterWire]

MISSION—Anthony Yang's Ante Meridian brunches are now a weekly event at Naked Kitchen, serving every Sunday morning in October. $45 buys brunch (including black truffle waffles and a crispy ham Benedict); you can BYOB, or pop an extra $20 for mimosas. [EaterWire]

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