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Eat Cookies for Charity at State Bird Provisions; A Sexy Underground Dinner Party in SoMa

Plus: free sundaes for Mom and a boozy brunch to prepare for Mother's Day.

Dough & Co Cookie + State Bird Provisions Peanut Milk
Dough & Co Cookie + State Bird Provisions Peanut Milk
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FILLMORE— Dough & Co, purveyor of fine, egg-free cookies, is teaming up with State Bird Provisions to support La Cocina, the non-profit dedicated to helping low-income entrepreneurs start their own food businesses. State Bird's addictive peanut milk will be paired with Dough & Co's chocolate chip cookie, available at the restaurant until Sunday (or until the dough runs out). And in honor of La Cocina's upcoming 10 year anniversary, all proceeds will be donated to the local non-profit. I think everyone can agree that cookies and charity are a winning combination. [EaterWire]

SOMA— For those still searching for the perfect Mother's Day gift... RavishSF is hosting an erotic underground dinner this Saturday, May 9. The seven-course dinner is chock full of aphrodisiacs like oysters and sushi (served off a naked body) and includes titillating erotic entertainment between courses. Tickets available here. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Prepare for Sunday's mother-centric festivities (or don't) with a bottomless mimosa-soaked brunch at Buffalo Club. Hoof Catering is popping up with a Southern-style brunch, cheap drinks and an electro DJ. There'll be two-for-one bloodys, Irish coffee and what sounds like pleasant morning debauchery all around. The brunch is Saturday, May 9; early bird tickets and RSVP available here. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND— And here's an idea for the good children who aren't stumbling drunk from the previous day's brunch: take your mother to Fenton's Creamery for a free petite sundae. It is the very least you can do, after all you've put her through! No other purchase is necessary, just make sure your dear ol' mom is present to receive her treat. Available only on Sunday, May 10. [EaterWire]

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