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Michael Black Pops Up; Two-Month Reservation Woes

THE MISSIONSebo's Michael Black bounced back from the closure of his restaurant by becoming Local Mission Market's fishmonger, and now he's getting back into the cooking side of things by hosting a weekly Sunday izakaya pop-up at sister spot Local's Corner. He'll offer a handful of Japanese dishes (including some Sebo holdovers) made with local ingredients, plus Fort Point beer. [Inside Scoop]

SAN FRANCISCOThis comic about trying to get into hot restaurants hits more than a little bit close to home. [The Bold Italic]

OAKLAND—The annual Passport to East Bay Wines goes down this weekend, with small urban vintners opening their doors to the public for tastings of their locally-made (albeit regionally-grown) offerings. Tickets are $40 for one day's tasting or $65 for both days. [EaterWire]

TEMESCAL—Also partying in the East Bay is Preeti Mistry of Juhu Beach Club, who's throwing a one-year anniversary party timed with the Hindu festival of Holi, where celebrants dress in white and douse each other with colorful powder. The $20 ticket includes food; drinks will be available for sale. [EaterWire]

Sebo

517 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 Visit Website

Juhu Beach Club

5179 Telegraph Avenue, , CA 94609 (510) 652-7350 Visit Website

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