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Munchery's Idle Problems; Noir Lounge Goes Full Bar

Also: a new beer focus for Mojo Bicycle Cafe, a beer dinner at the Half Orange and an art show at a barbecue joint.

Jeremy Brooks

THE MISSION— Much to the displeasure of their neighbors prepared food startup Munchery has been accused of idling their delivery vans to keep foods cold, possibly because they don't have enough actual food prep and storage space. [Uptown Almanac] [SFist]

HAYES VALLEY— Raymond Chandler-inspired hangout Noir Lounge now has a full liquor license. The cocktail focus leans toward the classics and brown liquors, plus there's also a new plan to start brewing two in-house beers to add to their 10 taps. [Hoodline]

DIVISADERO— Combination coffee house and bike shop Mojo Bicycle Cafe was closed today to expand their lineup of draft beers. Expect a total of 10 drafts when they reopen on Tuesday. [Hoodline]

FRUITVALE— Jay Porter's the Half Orange will host Fort Point Brewing for a special night of beer drinking and food eating this Thursday, November 13th. In addition to THO's beer-friendly burgers and sausage menu, Fort Point will be pouring limited editions like Tosca (a Kolsch-style ale with foraged yerba santa), Manzanita (a smoked Westfalia-style beer), an San Francisco IPA and a Belgian Blond originally brewed for Pi Bar's 5th anniversary. More details right this way. [EaterWire]

DIVISADERO— On Friday, November 14th 4505 Burgers & BBQ will host a street-themed art show from local group Out of Hands Onto Walls with original works, photography as well as live graffiti and poetry (not to mention burgers and barbecue). The art show happens in the back of a Hauler! moving truck for that added gritty feel. More details here. [EaterWire]

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