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Seafood Labeling Bill Introduced; San Tung on Hiatus

CALIFORNIA—State senator Alex Padilla has introduced new legislation to outlaw "seafood fraud," or the selling of mislabeled seafood in California. The problem plagues retail and restaurants in the state, with 38% of seafood in Northern California mislabeled and 52% in Southern California (the national average is 33%). [Inside Scoop]

INNER SUNSET—Put your San Tung/San Tung #2 cravings aside for a couple weeks: both spots are on vacation until May 1st. [SFist]

SOMA—Real estate prices in the city are such that a SoMa property currently boasting a McDonald's could set records, as it's projected the parcel could sell for as much as $17 million. That's a lot of Big Macs. [Biz Times]

NOB HILL—Good news for local gluten-intolerants: Seven Hills has debuted a housemade gluten-free pasta made from organic brown rice, quinoa, amaranth flours from community grains and a stoneground Hopi blue corn flour. [EaterWire]

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