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Slurp Down Ramen Shop Seven Days A Week; Woodward's Garden Pops Up

Plus: Cocktails arrive at Torc, and booze that tastes like a pine tree.

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ROCKRIDGE— Fans of the aggressively popular Ramen Shop can now slurp it down seven days a week. Previously shuttered on Tuesdays, it's expanded its hours, which are now Monday-Thursday, 5-10:30pm; Friday, 5pm-12am; Saturday, 4pm-12am; and Sunday, 4-10:30pm. [EaterWire]

NAPA— Wine-weary Napa will now have a new option for cocktails and craft beer. Torc has obtained a liquor license, with plans for straightforward, less-than-ten-ingredient cocktails that play nice with food. They're also brewing up palate-cleansing beers, like pilsners and hefeweizens, on-site. [Inside Scoop]

FISHERMAN'S WHARF— Currently "on the lam" from their Mission location, the team at Woodward's Garden is hosting a series of pop-up dinners at Black Point Cafe while they hunt for a new home. Enjoy three courses for $65 Thursday 12/11, Friday-Saturday 12/12-12/13, and Friday-Saturday 12/19-12/20. Tickets are available here. [EaterWire]

UPPER HAIGHT— If booze is on your Christmas list, send Santa over to Liquid Experience in the Haight. They've got a bodacious array of interesting aperitifs and liqueurs, like an eau de vie made from Douglas fir and Zirbenz, a traditional apres-ski drink from the Alps, infused with fresh pine cones. [Hoodline]