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1760's Stirring Hour; Berlinetta's Flights + Bites

NOB HILL—1760 debuts a new "Stirring Hour" (their rebranding of happy hour) tomorrow evening, with a menu of stirred spirit-based cocktails, easy-drinking wines and small bites. Every day from 5pm-6pm, look for $6 Manhattans, Negronis and Martinis, plus $3 beers, $7 original spirit-inspired drinks and wines, and snacks like roasted almonds, marinated olives, shishito peppers and brussels sprouts. [EaterWire]

UNION SQUAREMystic Hotel's private events space Berlinetta Lounge is introducing its new Flights + Bites wine series tonight, with a focus on green wines, plus bites like shrimp and grits, tombo tuna and coconut custard-filled donuts from Burritt Room chef Luke Knox. The event runs from 6pm to 8pm, and cost is $25 per person. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCOVivien Straus is bringing a uniquely cheesy one-woman show to San Francisco, using her upbringing on the Straus family farm in Marshall as inspiration for E-i-E-i-OY! – In Bed with the Farmer's Daughter. The show runs from April 4th-May 10th at NOHSpace Theater on Mariposa, and yes, there's a cheese-tasting involved. [KQED]

OUTER RICHMOND—Another restaurant joins newcomers Xi An Gourmet and House of Xian in bringing Xi'an food to the city, with the opening of Terra Cotta Warrior in the former Kama Izakaya on Judah and 31st Avenue, with hand-pulled noodles and more from the Shaanxi province of China. [Full Noodle Frontity via Tablehopper]

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