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Homestead Subbed a Clam Bake for Its Annual Crab Feed; 13-Year-Old Hosting Boba Pop-Up

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Plus, attend a boudin blanc dinner at Camino.

Pica Pica, the site of the pop-up boba party.
Pica Pica, the site of the pop-up boba party.
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OAKLANDHomestead’s annual tradition of a pre-Thanksgiving Dungeness crab feed had to be adjusted this year because of the delayed crab season; instead, the restaurant is hosting a clam bake on Wednesday, November 25 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. for $60 per person. Reserve a table here. [EaterWire]

MISSION — Thirteen-year-old Remy Noveshen is launching Boba Party, a bubble tea catering company, with a pop-up inside Pica Pica this Friday, November 20 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The San Francisco Friends School eighth grader first debuted Boba Party at her bat mitzvah. [EaterWire]

[UPDATE: This event has been canceled.] SOMA — Attend a wine and pig roast dinner at Bluxome Street Winery this Sunday, November 22. Winemaker Webster Marquez will be on hand pouring single vineyard pinot noirs, plus a few other cellar selections; get all the information and tickets here. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND — Boudin blanc Mondays have started at Camino through the end of December, when chef Russell Moore will prepare a three-course menu featuring the white sausage. The restaurant is also offering $40 take-home boudin blanc kits for the holidays that have four sausages, a pint of sauerkraut and recipes; get all the information here. [EaterWire]

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