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Bacon Bacon's New Fryer Issues; Hayes & Kebab Closes Down

Plus: A Guamese feast at Prubechu, and Flour + Water's local book-tour dates.

UPPER HAIGHT—Bacon Bacon has had to turn off its fryer once again, but thankfully, neighbors are not to blame this time. Apparently the permit attached to the restaurant's long-standing hood has gone missing, and until the issue is resolved, the restaurant is limited to a panini press and a reduced menu. [Hoodline]

HAYES VALLEY—Yesterday marked the end of Hayes & Kebab's current run on Hayes Street, as its building is being demolished to create new residential and retail spaces. When the building is done in 2016, Hayes & Kebab will return, but its patio will be gone. [Hoodline]

MISSION—Celebrate the Feast of San Miguel, the patron saint of Talofofo village, tonight at Prubechu, which will be making traditional Guamese fare for the occasion. Live music and dinner will be just $45. [EaterWire]

MISSION—Intrigued by our review of Flour + Water's new cookbook, but not ready to hit the kitchen just yet? You can brush up on your skills at two special pasta-making classes the restaurant is holding, on October 2nd and 15th, or hear McNaughton break down the book in a Commonwealth Club talk with Adam Savage next Monday. [EaterWire]

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