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Dungeness Crab Is In Danger; Bon Marché's Beer Is Ready

Plus, Resy is launching in San Francisco and La Cocina has a whole weekend of events.

Patricia Chang

SAN FRANCISCO — The California Department of Health is warning consumers not to eat Dungeness crabs caught off California's coastline until further notice, as they've been found to contain "potentially deadly levels of domoic acid." The season is supposed to open on November 15. [EaterWire]

SOMA — Be the first to taste Bon Marché’s house-brewed beer from master cicerone Rich Higgins with a tour of the brewery paired with bites from the restaurant on Thursday, November 5; buy tickets here.

SAN FRANCISCO — You can now snag reservations at restaurants like Petit Crenn, Bar Tartine, Michael Mina and Cockscomb on Resy, a reservation service (founded by Eater co-founder Ben Leventhal) launching this week in San Francisco through which you can book hard-to-get reservations and even pick specific tables, but often for a (sometimes hefty) fee. For its launch in SF, though, reservations are currently indefinitely free for the taking. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCOLa Cocina is hosting a Food + Entrepreneurship Conference this weekend meant to draw the curtain back on the realities of starting and running a restaurant. The first event on Saturday, November 7 is a tour of food businesses like Onigilly and the Alemany Farmers’ Market while learning the ins and outs of food entrepreneurship, and the second event is a conference on Sunday, November 8 at The Village with speakers from Tartine, CUESA, Smitten and more. Grab tickets and all the info here. [EaterWire]

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