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Celebrating Single Vineyard Wines; Bringing Daniel Patterson To Your House

Also: grub crawls in the Mission and Hayes Valley, a guest chef at Quince and a search for a missing bar back.

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FORT MASON— A celebration of single vineyard wines from the Russian River valley will happen tomorrow night at the General's Residence in Fort Mason. Tickets start at $55 and you can expect lots of talk about terroir and micro-regions. [EaterWire]

YOUR HOUSE— James Beard award winner Daniel Patterson and sommelier Shelley Lindgren are auctioning off a dinner for you and 12 of your closes dining companions. Bidding starts at a cool $6,000 for a dinner valued at 20 grand and proceeds go to benefit Jaoquin Miller Elementary School in Oakland. [EaterWire]

HAYES VALLEY/MISSION— Bon Appétit is hosting a pair of grub crawls in Hayes Valley and the Mission on Saturday, November 8th. Expect stops at spots like La Urbana, Nojo, Craftsman & Wolves, Central Kitchen and St. VincentTickets are $149. [EaterWire]

JACKSON SQUAREQuince will host Italian chef Valeria Piccini for a pair of Relais & Chateaux 60th anniversary dinners on Sunday and Monday, November 9th and 10th. The collaborative 6-course prix fixe will run you $250 a head and reservations can be made right this way. [EaterWire]

SOMA— 36-year-old Jeffrey "JP" Pressley, bar back from the Cat Club, has been missing since last Tuesday, October 28th. His friends and family are asking everyone to keep their eyes out for him. [SFist]

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