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Lou Seal Spotted Eating Namesake Sandwich; Maker's Common Hosts Breakfast Pop-up

Plus: GFF Magazine features local chefs and Bluxome Street Winery hosts a block party.

Lou Seal visits Deli Board
Lou Seal visits Deli Board

SOMA— Mascots: they're just like us! Giants mascot Lou Seal was recently spotted at the Deli Board, eating a sandwich named in his honor. The sandwich is, like its namesake, rather sizable; it is comprised of salami, capicola, mortadella, provolone cheese, cherry peppers, Italian dressing and garlic spread, atop a Dutch crunch roll. The Lou Seal is available on game days only, so make sure to check the schedule. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO— The latest issue of GFF Magazine is hitting the newsstands this week, offering up recipes and lifestyle stories to devotees of the gluten-free lifestyle. Several local chefs and establishments were featured in the issue, including recipes from Melissa Perello (Frances, Octavia), Niki Ford (Chez Panisse) and the Marina's Seed + Salt, whose beet burger is the cover model. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Maker's Common, the upcoming market and restaurant from the Mission Cheese team, will host a breakfast pop-up at the cheese shop on Thursday, April 30 from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. serving egg sandwiches with arugula and beer cheese on Acme pain de mie (add bacon or ginger-sage sausage for $2) for $6. Manager and Head Charcutier Eric Miller says the group is about to start the hunt for real estate, so stay tuned for more details about the project. [EaterWire]

SOMA— Bluxome Street Winery is shutting down Bluxome Street for a block party, so that wine may flow freely through the streets of San Francisco. There'll be barrels of wine, Local Brewing Co. beer, food trucks and live music galore. The block party takes place Saturday, May 2 from noon-6 p.m. [EaterWire]

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