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Petite Deli Under New Ownership; Pabu Launches Sunday Happy Hour

Plus, Wine & Spirits Top 100 is coming up and Enrique Olvera is signing books at Bar Agricole.

The Pabu dining room with a wooden sushi bar and enclosed banquettes along the back wall.
Patricia Chang

NORTH BEACH — Young Choi, who owned Petite Deli for 24 years, is retiring and sold the sandwich shop to Dylan’s Tours. New owners and brothers Brendan and Dylan David plan to change the menu a bit moving forward. [Hoodline]

FINANCIAL DISTRICTPabu is now running an all-night happy hour on Sundays with discounted bites like steam buns, fried chicken and ribs, and there are 30 sakes available under $30. If sake isn’t your scene, beer and wine are cheaper, too. [EaterWire]

SOMAWine & Spirits magazine’s Top 100 event is this Tuesday, October 20, where 100 wineries who received the magazine’s 2015 Winery of the Year award will be pouring tastes alongside food from Gaspar Brasserie, Atlas Social, La Taberna, Benjamin Cooper, Hog Island Oysters, Ritual Coffee and more. It’s bound to be a pretty boozy affair; get your ticket for that here. [EaterWire]

SOMA — Mexican chef Enrique Olvera is signing copies of his new book, “Mexico from the Inside Out” at Bar Agricole on Tuesday, October 20 alongside a Mexican menu and plenty of drinks; get a ticket here. [EaterWire]