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Mission Businesses Tagged; Second Act Gets Some Newcomers

Also: a smooch of a happy hour in the Castro and accusations of Big Soda corruption in the State Assembly race.


MISSION— Although the burrito lines were tame, a couple neighborhood businesses were unfortunately tagged up during the World Series celebrations Wednesday night. On the restaurant front: Southpaw and Jim's Diner got hit with graffiti, but Commonwealth and the forthcoming Hapa Ramen were mercifully spared and/or duly guarded by SFPD. [Mission Local]

CASTRO— Cute newcomer Beso has a new happy hour weekdays from 5-6pm, where every item on their tapas menu is a mere $5-6. Pitchers of sangria are a cool $24. [EaterWire]

UPPER HAIGHT— The previously mentioned Burma Bear and Crepe La Vie are finally open in Second Act Marketplace. [Zagat SF]

ALL OVER TOWN— According to a group calling themselves "SF Community Coalition For The Soda Tax" both Assembly candidates David Chiu and David Campos are in bed with Big Soda, taking contributions through various backchannels. [EaterWire]