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Saint Frank is Putting on the Ritz; David Lebovitz at Omnivore Books

Plus: passover at Delfina and Wild Food Week.

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UNION SQUARE— Saint Frank Coffee will class it up at the Ritz Carlton San Francisco, with a six-course tasting menu featuring their beans. Chef de cuisine Michael Rotondo of Parallel 37 will incorporate their coffee into dishes like coffee and nettle infused beignets. The dinner takes place Thursday, April 2 and starts witha  6 p.m. canapé reception. Diners wishing to get their (caffeinated) buzz on may purchase tickets here. [EaterWire]

NOE VALLEY— Ex-Bay Area resident and current Parisian David Lebovitz will be back in his old stomping grounds this Friday, April 3. Join him for a signing of his book, My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories at Omnivore Books from 6 p.m.- 7 p.m. Admission is free. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Delfina has added a selection of "passover-inspired" offerings to their daily menu, throughout the Jewish holiday (April 3-April 10). Highlights include an edible seder plate made of matzoh, adorned with harosses, egg salad, lamb conserva and a pile of bitter greens, and various preparations of brisket, leg of lamb and stuffed cabbage. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY— Learn to take advantage of the Bay Area's wild food bounty during Wild Food Week (April 4-April 10) from Berkeley Open Source Food. Throughout the week  local restaurants, including Chez Panisse and Mission Chinese Food, will prepare local "wild and feral foods." Kick off the weed-filled week with an edible identification walk, led by expert foragers on April 4; check out the full schedule of events here. [EaterWire]

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