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Barrel Head Brews Its Own; Breakfast at Tiffany's Returns

NOPA/WESTERN ADDITION—It took a little while to get rolling, but Barrel Head Brewhouse has finally fired up the kettles and made their own house beer. A saison, a black kolsch, and a roggenbier are on offer now; a pale ale and a colonial porter based on Benjamin Franklin's own recipe will follow later this summer. [SFoodie]

PORTOLA—It looks like popular greasy spoon Breakfast at Tiffany's, which closed last year, might be making a comeback. They're supposedly 40 days or so away from a reopening, and will have the same menu. [Tablehopper]

SAN JOSE—Obsessed with Nathan Myhrvold's quirky experiments in Modernist Cuisine? The Tech Museum of Innovation is debuting his striking food photos in a free new exhibit that debuts today and runs until September 1. Make an evening of it with a spot or two from our San Jose heatmap. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—Drop into La Movida tomorrow night for a special visit from winemaker Curt Schalchlin of Sans Liege. They'll have a $50 four-course menu, including pairings, with chilled avocado soup, squid stuffed with housemade chorizo and duck tacos. Or take advantage of some take-home wine discounts. [EaterWire]

Barrel Head Brewhouse

1785 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA 94117 415-745-1570 Visit Website

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