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Roast Pig and Whiskey for Charity at Trick Dog; Celebrate Food, Wine and Women at A16

Plus: Project Juice and Ritual Wellness merge and Perbacco hosts a wine dinner with Gaja Winery.

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SAN FRANCISCO— In exciting juice news, it has been announced that SoCal juice company Ritual Wellness will blend business with NorCal's Project Juice. The two companies will live under the Project Juice umbrella, expanding their capabilities and offerings to customers. With the added purchasing power, the company will be able to work directly with more California farms, take advantage of growing seasons in Northern and Southern California and expand retail operations. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Lovers of pork, whiskey and charity can celebrate their shared passions at Trick Dog this weekend. Join The Bon Vivants and the whole crew at Trick Dog for a pig roast brunch fundraiser on Sunday, March 8. Money raised will go towards the Hogs for the Cause, a whole-pig roasting fundraiser that takes place in New Orleans, dedicated to providing aid and relief to families while their child is being treated for pediatric brain cancer. Stop by Trick Dog from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for roasted pork, sides, pickles and two High West Double Rye cocktails for $25. [EaterWire]

MARINA— A16 will host their 10th annual Festa della Donna celebration this Sunday, March 8. The yearly event honors International Women's day and will feature southern Italian food and wine, from female chefs and winemakers. A portion of the event's proceeds will benefit La Cocina, an organization which helps low income entrepreneurs formalize and grow their businesses. Reservations can be made by contacting A16. [EaterWire]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT— Legendary Italian producer, Gaja Winery, will join Perbacco Ristorante for an intimate wine dinner. Chef Staffan Terje will prepare a four-course dinner accompanied by Gaja's wines. The dinner will take place Monday, March 9 at 6 p.m.; reservations can be made by contacting the restaurant. [EaterWire]

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