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Tikka Masala Adds Pizza; Samovar's Castro Location Gets Cocktails

Plus: Hand-painting signs at Yuzuki, and Hillside Supper Club's second anniversary.

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UPPER HAIGHT—The forever-turning-over Tikka Masala space on Haight has once again been resuscitated: it's now known as Tikka Masala and Pizza, with the menu tagline "Authentic Indian Food." Because when it comes to authentic Indian food, pizza is where it's at. [Hoodline]

CASTROSamovar Tea Lounge's Castro location is getting a beer and wine license, which is set to include some interesting tea-based loophole cocktails, as well as a selection of rare sakes. [Hoodline]

MISSION—This is just a fun photo of Yuzuki owner Yuko Hayashi hand-painting her nightly menu. [NopaSF/Facebook]

BERNAL HEIGHTSHillside Supper Club is turning two years old on Monday, and they're celebrating with a special one-night-only menu (seating is at 7 pm). From there, they'll open up the entire restaurant at 9 pm, with $5 beer, $7 wine, and complimentary bubbles. "We again want to thank all of our friends, family, neighbors, guests, Bernal Heights, and industry folk for supporting us and allowing us to do what we love most: feeding people," says co-chef Tony Ferrari. [EaterWire]