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Get Mr. Holmes Bakehouse Delivered; Feastly Introduces New Pop-Up Series

And tonight: Celebrate Bar Crudo's 10th anniversary and check out Gabriel Sanders' new pop-up series at Marla Bakery.

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SAN FRANCISCO — Get baked with all of your co-workers. Sidecar is now delivering croissants, Danishes, and sticky buns from Mr. Holmes Bakehouse to the office. Sadly, you'll still have to wait in line for the famous cruffin. Place your order here. [EaterWire]

DOGPATCH — Feastly is now hosting nightly ticketed pop-ups from a rotating lineup of chefs at theLab Café. Prices will range from $32 for a two- to three-course dinner to $75 for a seven-course meal. Chef Robin Song is kicking things off this Friday with his Junju pop-up. See the entire schedule here. [EaterWire]

OUTER RICHMONDGabriel Sanders, former chef de cuisine at Firefly, is doing a twice-per-month dinner series called Hearth and Cellar at Marla Bakery, the first of which will take place tonight, October 26. The informal four-course meals range from $40 to $50 with an emphasis on honest ingredients and great service. Learn more here. [EaterWire]

WESTERN ADDITIONBar Crudo celebrates their 10th anniversary tonight with a prolonged happy hour featuring $1 oysters and specials on some of their greatest hits. Russian River Brewery is taking over the taps and a flight of four beers is just $10. The celebration continues October 27 through November 1 with a special anniversary prix fixe dinner that costs $45. Find out more here. [EaterWire]

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

1042 Larkin Street, , CA 94109 (415) 829-7700 Visit Website

Marla Bakery

3619 Balboa Street, , CA 94121 (415) 742-4379 Visit Website

Bar Crudo

655 Divisadero Street, , CA 94117 (415) 409-0679 Visit Website

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