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The Coachman's New Lunches; Poquito's Anniversary Deals

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Plus: a fancy Ritz-Carlton date-night package, and Tacolicious' queso flights.

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Patricia Chang

SOMA—The Coachman is hoping to feed some of the burgeoning western SOMA office crowd with their new lunch program, featuring $10 sandwiches like pastrami with chips and gravy and avocado toast with pickled peppers and salmon roe. (They even have a 10-sandwich punch card, like the Subway down the street.) Also on the menu: salad, housemade ice cream (in flavors like sourdough toast and brownie batter), and sodas, all to eat in or take out. Catch them Wednesday-Friday, 11 am-2 pm. [EaterWire]

DOGPATCH—Poquito celebrates its fourth anniversary this month, and until the end of October, they're offering $3 Negra Modelo drafts, $4 pisco and tequila shots, and $1-2 bar bites during happy hour (4-7 pm daily). [EaterWire]

NOB HILL—If you're looking to treat a special someone, the Ritz-Carlton is offering a special date-night package that's pure class: depending on the level you choose, it includes dinner at Parallel 37, a private car, Champagne, and fancy lingerie from Enclosed. Prices range from $330 to $1550. [EaterWire]

MISSION/MARINA/NORTH BEACH—On the opposite end of the spectrum from champagne and lingerie, we have queso. Tacolicious is entering the World Cheese Dip Competition in Arkansas, and to determine the variety they'll use as a competitor, they're serving "queso flights" at all their locations, with pickled veggie, tomatillo-habañero, and chorizo-adobo renditions. Diners can vote for their favorite, which will go on to contend for the title. (The competition is no joke: 5,000 people attend each year.) [EaterWire]

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