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BloomThat Delivers Dynamo Donuts; Rhea's Adds Breakfast

Plus: an unlimited beer party and a Bloody Mary showdown.

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SAN FRANCISCO—Delivery isn't usually an option for Dynamo Donuts, but tomorrow, they'll be hitting the streets in a co-promotion with flower-delivery startup BloomThat. For $25, you can send yourself (or someone you love) a maple-bacon donut, a vanilla donut, and a Stumptown cold-brew coffee carton; $65 buys six of each donut and six coffee cartons, ideal for making friends at the office. [EaterWire]

MISSION—Speaking of breakfast, Rhea's Cafe now serves breakfast sandwiches every morning, from 9-11 am. One of them has waffle fries on it, and all of them come with free coffee. [Mission Mission]

MID-MARKET—Show Dogs is turning five this Friday, and they're celebrating with bottomless beer and sangria, snacks, live music, a raffle, and more. Admission is $25, or $15 with an item of like-new clothing to donate to St. Anthony's. [EaterWire]

MISSION—The Bloody Mary Festival is no longer just your nickname for brunch, but a real event, going down at Public Works this Sunday. The competitors are no joke, with Elite Cafe, Park Tavern, Maven, Elixir, and Blackbird among those vying for the title. Admission is $60. [EaterWire]

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