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Bites at the Lake Returns; Sunday Supper at Pizzaiolo

Plus, a cute diner that's been around 26 years and Troy pops up at Naked Kitchen.


INNER SUNSET—Though San Francisco's dining scene is always in flux, it's nice to see a neighborhood restaurant stick around for almost three decades. Hoodline takes a look at Art's Cafe, the Korean, family-run diner that's been in operation for 26 years, serving burgers alongside tofu omelets with kimchee and bean paste. [Hoodline]

MISSIONTroya will host a five-course dinner at Naked Kitchen. Chef Chris Borcich will serve his modern Turkish-inspired Mediterranean cuisine alongside an eclectic selection of wines from the same region. The dinner will take place Friday, Feburary 13; buy tickets here.

OAKLAND— Head over to Pizzaiolo on February 15 for a Sunday Supper in support People's Grocery, an organization dedicated to improving the health and economy of West Oakland through the food system. Enjoy a multi-course meal for $60 and signature cocktails from the cash bar, with 100% of proceeds going to the People's Grocery. Buy tickets here. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND— Bites at the Lake is back in action, serving up food and family fun by Lake Merritt. Choose from an array of meals on wheels, like Fist of Flour Pizza and Beulahs Bean Company from 12 p.m.- 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 15. [EaterWire]