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Duende Tunes Down; Standard Fare Lands in Berkeley

UPTOWN OAKLAND—The acclaimed music program at Duende is unfortunately being dialed back, as GM/music booker Rocco Somazzi has stepped down. The overworked Somazzi is taking a break from booking; chef-owner Paul Canales will dial the music back to three nights a week. [Contra Costa Times]

BERKELEYStandard Fare, the upscale to-go operation from Chez Panisse alum Kelsie Kerr, is now up and running on Eighth Street in Berkeley. Kerr offers pick-up or delivery in ceramic Jered's Pottery jars within the East Bay; options this week include lamb tagine, brown rice salad, salmon with salsa verde, and chocolate souffle cake. [Berkeleyside Nosh]

HAYES VALLEYBolete, the pop-up from Commis chef de cuisine Aaron Martinez, returns to 20th Century Cafe on Monday night with another five-course meal of intriguing fare. Tickets are $75. [EaterWire]

BERNAL HEIGHTS—Join Hillside Supper Club tomorrow evening for a special dinner with Donkey & Goat Winery, featuring dishes like halibut crudo, lamb steak, and white chocolate pudding, paired with four D&G wines. Tickets are $110 all-in, including dinner, wine, tax, and tip. [EaterWire]

Hillside Supper Club

300 Precita Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110 415 857 1461 Visit Website

Duende

468 19th Street, , CA 94612 (510) 893-0174 Visit Website

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