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Barrel Tasting at Bluxome Street Winery; Chefs Feed Wants to Know 'WTF Are You Doing?'

Plus: Citizen Fox hosts two pop-ups at Naked Kitchen and Jumpin' Java plans to close.

Bluxome Street Winery
Bluxome Street Winery
Bluxome Street Winery

MISSION— Citizen Fox, the forthcoming vegetarian restaurant from chef Kevin Schuder, is hosting  two nights of vegan pop-up dinners at Naked Kitchen. The five-course dinners will focus on seasonal favorites like fava beans, asparagus and artichokes, along with an optional beer pairing from Master Cicerone Rich Higgins. The dinners take place Thursday, March 26 and Friday, March 27 at 7 p.m.; tickets are still available for purchase here. [EaterWire]

SOMA— Get a sneak peek of Bluxome Street Winery's 2014 chardonnay and pinot noir, straight from the barrel. The SoMa winery's winemaking team will be on hand to discuss the vintage and lead drinkers through a tasting that tests all five senses. The tasting takes place Saturday, March 28 from 1 p.m.- 4 p.m.; tickets are available here. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO— Even though San Francisco's dress code is pretty laid back most of the time, there's a time and a place to get dressed up; according to Perbacco's chef Staffan Terje, the right time is when dining at his restaurant. Check out Chefs Feed's new series, titled WTF Are You Doing?, wherein chefs reenact awful behavior that they witness in their restaurants. Terje's episode highlights sloppily dressed diners who bum out their fellow patrons with their lack of sartorial know-how. Tourists in Alcatraz sweatshirts, take note. [Chefs Feed]

DUBOCE TRIANGLE— Popular coffee shop Jumpin' Java has confirmed that it will close at the end of the month. Troubles with securing a long-term lease, a rent increase and the need for numerous building upgrades caused owner Anna Chen to call it quits. Fans of the no-frills casa de caffeination can say goodbye at a closing party this Saturday, March 28 from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. [Hoodline]

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