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Uber Founder Joins Reservation Wars; Dolores Crackdown

CYBERSPACE—It looks like one of the minds behind Uber might be the latest to enter the paying-for-reservations wars. Co-founder Garrett Camp's new service Reserve will likely debut in NYC, but it'll have its offices in SF, so we should be seeing more pricey reservation cheats in short order. [~ EN ~]

THE MISSION—Be cautious with that rack of PBR or bottle of Bi-Rite rosé you bring on your next picnic jaunt to Dolores Park; apparently, some cops with nothing better to do are cracking down on open containers for the first time in ages. [SFist]

THE MISSION—Tomorrow is Craftsman & Wolves' second birthday, which they're celebrating via a team-up with kids' literary nonprofit 826 Valencia. Two special cube cakes based on kids' stories, The Black Frosting (gluten-free semolina cake, semolina lavender crumble, vanilla mousse, blackberry 'frosting,' sprinkles) and The Stolen Cake (candied-lemon banana cake, caramelized banana, Valrhona chocolate fudge waterfall) will be offered, with 20% of proceeds going to 826. [EaterWire]

ROCKRIDGE—Norwegian illustrator Jan Hakon Robson will debut his latest work all weekend at Trappist Provisions, with a party tomorrow night (starting at 6 pm) featuring bites from Trappist chef Michael O'Brien and a special Tahoe Mountain Brewing farmhouse ale. Then on Sunday from 1-5 pm, Tamarindo's Alfonso Dominguez will offer three types of ceviche, each with a beer pairing. [EaterWire]

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