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Bomb Scare at Scoma's; New Wine Pairing Menu at Tony's Pizza Napoletana

Plus, Bon Marché started a culinary class series and FallFest is this Saturday.

There was a bomb scare at Scoma's.
There was a bomb scare at Scoma's.
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FISHERMAN’S WHARF — After finding a lock box in the restaurant, a Scoma’s employee told Eater that they "took the necessary precautions to make sure it wasn’t" a bomb by calling in police. Police evacuated the restaurant to check it out, but all’s well that ends well, as it was decidedly not a bomb and Scoma’s is back open for business. [EaterWire]

NORTH BEACH — For the month of October, Tony’s Pizza Napoletana is offering a five-course, family-style dinner with wine pairings from wine director Juli Gregg. Dishes include housemade orecchiette, two types of pizza and tiramisu. And if you’re really lucky, Tony himself will be there putting on a dough show. [EaterWire]

SOMABon Marché is hosting a French culinary series with five classes through February on Saturdays followed by lunch. Topics include roasting, gingerbread decorating and chocolate truffles & beer pairing; head here for ticket and timing details. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO — Justin Herman Plaza will transform into San Francisco magazine’s FallFest this Saturday, October 10 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. with a day full of food, wine, chef demonstrations and more. It all benefits Meals on Wheels of San Francisco; see the full list of food and events here and then go get your ticket here. [EaterWire]