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Buffalo Milk Soft Serve at Bi-Rite; Blackbird Celebrates National Absinthe Day

Plus: Belcampo Meat Co. launches their guest chef series and American Grilled Cheese Kitchen gets a menu update.

Belcampo Meat Co.
Belcampo Meat Co.
Patricia Chang

MISSION— Oh, give me a home where the buffalo (soft serve) roams: Bi-Rite Creamery is now using buffalo milk from Double 8 Dairy in Petaluma to make their soft serve. From now through the end of March, stop by the soft serve window on 18th Street to try the creamy treat. The flavors change daily, but include favorites like chocolate and fior di latte. [EaterWire]

SOUTH PARK— American Grilled Cheese Kitchen is upping the gooey ante, with new menu offerings set to launch next week. The updated menu will offer decadent selections like Adam's Rueben, made with jarlsberg cheese, pastrami, stout mustard, Brussels "kraut," pickles and garlic butter on local rye, all slathered with Russian dressing. And for those awaiting word on the shop's new location at Broadway and Battery, they're targeting a July opening. [EaterWire]

NOB HILL— Belcampo Meat Co. is launching their 2015 Guest Chef Dinner Series this Thursday and Friday, with New York chefs Zakary Pelaccio and Kevin Pomplun of Fish & Game (Hudson, New York). The chefs will join Belcampo SF chef Dirk Tolsma to showcase their passion for sustainability with a five-course meal ($120), starring Belcampo's meats and local products. The dinners will take place March 5-6; tickets can be purchased here. [EaterWire]

DUBOCE TRIANGLE— America's favorite holiday, National Absinthe Day, is here again. To celebrate, Blackbird will offer traditional absinthe fountain service featuring St George Absinthe, Kubler, Vieux Pontilarlier and Duplais Verte, as well as the classic cocktail, Death in the Afternoon. Head over to Blackbird on Wednesday, March 4 from 3 p.m.- 2 a.m. to party with "the green fairy." [EaterWire]

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