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Become an Outstanding Vegetarian in an East Bay Field; Try Avocado Ice Cream at Rosa Mexicano

Plus, one-year celebration snacks at Causwell's and a lady-centric cocktail at Maven for July only.

Causwell's
Causwell's
Patricia Chang

EAST BAY— Outstanding in the Field is bringing its super-long table to the East Bay next Tuesday, with an all-vegetarian feast at Knoll Farm in Brentwood. Chef Lacey Sher will fashion a veggie-centric dinner with produce from the farm and their fig orchard, featuring dishes like a salad of stone fruits and shaved green almonds with arugula. Dinner takes place Tuesday, June 30 at 4 p.m.; tickets available here. [EaterWire]

SOMA— For the month of July, Rosa Mexicano is rolling out a menu of special desserts for their annual Ice Cream Festival. The postre de guacamole sounds particularly fetching, starring avocado ice cream in a molcajete and covered in a variety of toppings like coconut crunch and white chocolate shavings. [EaterWire]

MARINA— Causwell's is celebrating one year in the biz next week. To honor of the milestone, they're hosting a happy hour with free snacks and complimentary beverage from 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. They're also implementing some new summery menu items next week, most importantly the crucial addition bloody marys and micheladas at brunch. [EaterWire]

LOWER HAIGHT— Star bartender Kate Bolton has teamed up with floral designer Natalie Bowen on a pretty new cocktail, available at Maven through July only. The easy-on-the-eyes Summer in the City incorporates fruit-infused gin, créme de violette, Cocchi Americano and riesling, with a lovely wearable flower garnish. Oh, and it's for charity: partial proceeds go to the Hamilton Family Center to support women and children on the brink of homelessness. Flowers + booze + charity = A+ [EaterWire]

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