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Anthony Bourdain is Lurking Around the Bay Area; Get Some Bear Bait at Three Twins Ice Cream

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Plus, major Mezcal at Bartlett Hall and dinner with a Master Sommelier at RN74.

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EMBARCADERO— It appears that the endearingly gruff Anthony Bourdain has returned to the Bay Area to film his show, Parts Unknown. Tablehopper reports that he was spotted filming at Sinbad's yesterday, which is less surprising than the fact that Sinbad's is still open. The saga continues, and this time the whole world will get an inside look at the tenuous relationship between SF restaurants their landlords. Fun! [Tablehopper]

LOWER HAIGHT— Looks like things are literally heating up for this year's Pride, as temperatures are actually in the '70s, and Karl the Fog seems to have retreated. Luckily, Three Twins Ice Cream has rolled out some premium pride flavors at their Fillmore shop, including gems like Freedom to Marry Cherry (chocolate cherry chunk) and Bear Bait (honey ice cream with peanut butter cups). The flavors are available all pride weekend long, Friday-Sunday from 11 a.m.- 10 p.m. [EaterWire]

UNION SQUARE— Bartlett Hall is spicing things up this weekend with their Mezcal y Tradición event. They'll hosting 20 Mezcal makers from Mexico for an extensive tasting, along with craft cocktails and food from Mexican restaurants like Mosto and Uno Dos Tacos. The event takes place June 28 from 2 p.m.-6 p.m.; find out more here. [EaterWire]

SOMA— RN74 is hosting a series of wine dinners featuring the stars of SOMM, the documentary about a group of sommeliers' path to Master Sommelier. The first of three dinners will take place on Monday, June 29, featuring pairings by Master Sommelier DLynn Proctor alongside a multi-course tasting menu from chef Adam Sobel. The dinner takes place June 29 at 6:30 p.m.; snag a spot through Reserve. [Eaterwire]

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