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A Cowspiracy In The Mission; Tikka Masala Pizza In The Haight

Also: a legit looking taco bike, smoking meats at mid-Market, and a meeting of the beer minds.

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MISSION— the Deborah Blum's forthcoming restaurant Citizen Fox is hosting a screening of documentary Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret at the Mission's Victoria Theater on Thursday, November 6th. Your $15 ticket includes food from local chefs and proceeds go to benefit the Factory Farming Awareness Coalition. There will be a cash bar. [EaterWire]

MISSION— There's a taco bike in the Mission, now serving out of a cooler on the back of a folding bike. [SFWeekly]

MID-MARKET- Here's the full menu at the Whole Beast's new (somewhat) permanent spot in The Hall, where they're actually running their Southern Pride smoker out of a gated area on the sidewalk. The ever-changing menu is, as you might expect, heavy on the meats and includes some exotic items like duck hearts. No word yet on if/when their famous lamb poutine will be making an appearance. [Zagat]

Berkeley— Sierra Nevada brewer Brian Grossman will host Russian River Brewing Company's Vinnie Cilurzo for an educational tasting at the former's Torpedo Room tap room next Wednesday November 12th from 6-8pm. Tickets are $40 and limited to 40 people but can be had at the Torpedo Room. [EaterWire]

ACROSS TOWN— Give Back The Bird returns this year, so you can drink with slightly less guilt this holiday season. Rye, Trick Dog, Smokestack, Elixir, 1760 all have a festive Wild Turkey cocktail that will benefit the SF-Marin Food Bank and there's a bar crawl happening on November 24th. [EaterWire]

UPPER HAIGHT— After a mere 75 days in business Sarvi is becoming Tikka Masala Pizza. It was just "Tikka Masala" before, but now there's pizza. More on this to come. [Hoodline]

PAC HEIGHTS— The Tully's on Fillmore has shuttered. Someone made a documentary about it. [New Fillmore]