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Almanac Turns Three; Hog & Rocks' Korean Pop-Up

LOWER HAIGHTAlmanac turns three tomorrow night, and they're celebrating with a beer bash at the Toronado, featuring a keg of every barrel-aged brew they've ever made. Three Babes Bakeshop will be on hand with pie, including some treats with beer as an ingredient. It all starts at 6 pm. [EaterWire]

MISSION—Beginning this week, Hog & Rocks is going Korean every Thursday night, with a pop-up menu of late-night eats inspired by chef Robin Song's culinary heritage. From 10 pm-1 am, you can feast on bibimbap, housemade fish cakes, and patbingsoo, shaved ice with red bean, strawberry, and mochi. [EaterWire]

MOVING TARGETSprig's guest chef series returns on Thursday night with dishes created by Kyle Connaughton, the company's consulting chef. Connaughton, a Fat Duck alum who used to cook at Michel Bras' restaurant in Hokkaido, Japan, is making authentic bento boxes (chicken yakitori, smoked salmon, or Hodo Soy yuba) for $12, plus a $2 delivery fee. [EaterWire]

DOGPATCH—The chefs of Luke's Local are hosting a four-course meal in their kitchen on Thursday night, featuring beer pairings from Fort Point Brewing Co. and dishes like beet-cured salmon and housemade beer brats. Dinner is $65, including beer. [EaterWire]

Hog & Rocks

3431 19th Street, , CA 94110 (415) 550-8627 Visit Website

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