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TipsForJesus Strikes Again at Tacolicious; Seed + Salt's Tree Gets a Sweater

Plus: Stelline will close for three months (or forever), and local MasterChef Junior contestants.

Tips for Jesus

MISSION— TipsForJesus is back in SF! A generous member of the tipping collective hit up Tacolicious on January 2, leaving a $2,000 tip on a $50 bill. This is not the first time a member of Tacolicious' waitstaff has been the recipient of such a gift— apparently the godly tipper is a regular patron. #blessed [The Bold Italic]

SAN FRANCISCO— The Bay Area has a significant amount of culinary talent, and that seems to be a trend for years to come. In fact, the third season of hot-head Gordon Ramsey's show MasterChef Junior will feature locals— Alexis, age 8, of Gilroy, and Mia, age 10, of Menlo Park. Tune in tomorrow, January 6, to watch innocent children battle it out in the kitchen. [EaterWire]

MARINA—New clean-eating establishment Seed + Salt is so conscientious that it's even provided a sweater for the tree out front. The brightly colored "yarn bomb" was provided by Lorna and Jill Watt, the artists behind Knits for Life. [EaterWire]

HAYES VALLEY— Nobody freak out (yet). Hoodline reports that Stelline, the Hayes Valley Italian mainstay, has closed for renovations for the next three months. However, it's not a guarantee that they'll open back up, so stay tuned. [Hoodline]

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