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Incanto Says Goodbye; Linden Headed to Hayes Valley

NOE VALLEY—Reminder to fans of Incanto: this weekend is the restaurant's last, as it will close for good on Monday night to become Porcellino. All the tables have been booked up for weeks, but there are a few walk-in seats for those who want to say goodbye. [EaterWire]

HAYES VALLEY—A mysterious restaurant from an unnamed husband-and-wife duo is on its way to 344 Linden St. It'll appropriately be called Linden, and it'll be a small, cozy neighborhood spot, but that's all the details for now. [Hayeswire]

SOMA—Tomorrow is National Corndog Day (yup, there's a day for that too), and the SOMA StrEat Food Park is throwing down with a party featuring 4505 bacon-cheddar corn dogs from Bacon Bacon, corndog pizza, and other weird corndogs from 10 vendors. They'll have a corndog eating contest and a cornhole tournament, too. [EaterWire]

SOMA—Meanwhile, across SOMA, 21st Amendment will be breaking open their Monk's Blood Belgian ale, which has been aging in a cellar for two years. Four-packs will be available for sale starting at 10 am. [EaterWire]

Incanto

1550 Church Street, San Francisco, CA 94131

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