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Fun Garlic Fry Facts; Blue Bottle Acquires Handsome

SOUTH BEACH—As AT&T Park opens its doors for the season tomorrow (our stadium dining guide is here to help you find the best eats), here's a fun fact: park goers consume three tons of potatoes and 1,000 pounds of garlic, per game, in the form of Gordon Biersch garlic fries. [EaterWire]

LOS ANGELESBlue Bottle continues to make the most of their $25 million in VC cash: after releasing their first packaged coffee and making plans to open in Tokyo, it now looks like they're set to acquire L.A.'s Handsome Coffee Roasters. [~ ELA ~]

NORTH BEACHMama's on Washington Square took home the top title in SF Mag's Brunch Madness, beating out Brenda's French Soul Food by a slim margin. (Its voters will be happy to know that their chances to dine there will soon double.) [SF Mag]

THE MISSION—Swing by 20 Spot tonight for a Monday-night sipping session with three French winemakers: Romain Cornin (of Domaine Dominique Cornin, Mâcon), Maxime Rion (of Domaine Patrice Rion, Burgundy), and Jean-Sébastien Marionnet (of Henry Marionnet, Loire). A flight of six wines, two from each winemaker, will be $35, and individual glasses will be available as well. [EaterWire]

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