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Snag Lunch at Caffe Delle Stelle's Secret Window; Concoct Botanical Drinks with Foraged Plants

Plus: SpoonRocket has launched breakfast in the East Bay and Oliveto is hosting Provencal dinners.

Caffe Delle Stelle
Caffe Delle Stelle
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HAYES VALLEY— Caffe Delle Stelle has added a cute and tiny takeout window on Gough, around the corner from its main entrance. Stroll up to the window to place an order from a shortened version of the cafe's menu, mainly salads and sandwiches with a Northern Italian slant. The window is open from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. on weekdays. [Hoodline]

TEMESCAL— ForageSF is offering a cocktail workshop at Oakland's Five Flavors Herbs, where participants will learn how to prepare and use plant-infused ingredients like bitters and syrups. During the class, students will learn to make absinthe bitters from foraged plants, as well as a few other fun tricks. Participants are encouraged to bring herbs, spices and botanicals to try in the class. Classes are offered May 17 and 31; tickets are available here. [EaterWire]

BERKELEYSpoonRocket is opening up a bit earlier than usual, delivering breakfast curbside to hungry people in a rush. Currently breakfast service is only available in Berkeley and Emeryville, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. Order up items like smoothies and fruit cups, or a breakfast burrito with bacon, eggs, hash browns and cheese. [EaterWire]

ROCKRIDGE— Oliveto is hosting a special prix fixe Provencal dinner on Tuesday, May 19 and Wednesday, May 20. The five-course meal will feature springtime treats like leg of lamb with artichokes and potatoes and dandelion salad with garlic croutons. Reservations available here. [EaterWire]

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