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Speed Rack Returns Sunday; Int'l Women's Day Specials

SOMASpeed Rack, the annual competition of alacrity and accuracy in drink-making with the city's best female bartenders, is back for a third year on Sunday at The Factory. The $20 admission includes free-flowing cocktails and benefits breast-cancer charities. [EaterWire]

MARINA/THE EMBARCADERO—Speaking of the ladies, tomorrow marks International Women's Day, and two local spots are celebrating. A16 is throwing its annual Festa della Donna, with a Judy Rodgers tribute menu and vino from female winemakers, while Waterbar is donating 100% of the proceeds from their chocolate pot de creme to the Women's Building. [EaterWire]

BERNAL HEIGHTS—Another woman can be found behind the ovens at Little Bee Baking tonight: Meredith Lee is debuting her pop-up After Suppa, which aims to address the epidemic of lousy whoopie pies in SF. Snag a pie and a cup of Four Barrel coffee from 6-9 pm. [Bernalwood]

NOE VALLEY—The shifting calendar means greener fare is emerging, and new pop-up Culturizm, from forager/chef Craig Murli, is taking advantage with its debut dinner at Caskhouse on Monday night. Expect fresh greens, hook-and-line-caught sand dabs, and wild fennel funnel cake. Tickets are $100. [EaterWire]

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