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Anthony Bourdain Tickets Will Probably Sell Out; Rosé Week at Dirty Habit

Plus: a collaboration between Michael Tusk and Marc Vetri and Baker Lane wines at Foreign Cinema.

The Patio at Dirty Habit
The Patio at Dirty Habit
David Phelps for Dirty Habit

SAN FRANCISCO— Anthony Bourdain, rebel chef, writer and TV personality, is hitting the road this summer, for his Close to the Bone tour. Naturally he'll be stopping in San Francisco to impart some irreverent wisdom to the masses during a one-night-only show at Davies Symphony Hall. The show will be July 26, but ttickets go on sale April 17 at 10 a.m. The tickets are sure to be popular, so set a reminder to snatch them up early. [EaterWire]

UNION SQUARE— It's rosé week at Dirty Habit, as spring in San Francisco slowly emerges. Sommelier Jose Aguirre has put together a list of the springy pink wines, with plans to sell them directly out of his Timbuk2 Dolores Chiller Bag on the patio, in homage to sunny, booze-filled afternoons in the park. The new spring menu from chef David Bazirgan will also debut this week, complete with fava beans, morels, green garlic and spring onions. [EaterWire]

JACKSON SQUARE— Philadelphian and James Beard award winning chef Marc Vetri will be in town this weekend, promoting his new cookbook Mastering Pasta. Luckily for pasta fans, he's teaming up with chef Michael Tusk for a dinner at Cotogna, serving a multi-course prix fixe ($85) that includes a signed copy of his cookbook. Sunday Supper takes place Sunday, April 12 from 5:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m.; reservations can be made here. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Join owner and winemaker Stephen Singer of Baker Lane wines for an evening of pairings, questions and stories at Foreign Cinema. The wines will be featured alongside dishes from the restaurant's spring menu on Thursday, April 16. [EaterWire]

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