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Line-Caught Dinner at Salt House, Sunday Suppers Return to Oakland

Also: a beer-heavy breastfest and foraged goods at Marla Bakery.

The homey dining room at Marla Bakery.
The homey dining room at Marla Bakery.
Patricia Chang

SOMA— On Sunday, Salt House is putting together a seven-course, line-caught tasting dinner featuring white sturgeon caviar and California white sea bass with wine pairings and a chat with Water 2 Table's Joe Conte. Tickets are $108 per person. [EaterWire]

OAKLAND— The East Bay's dine-for-a-cause Sunday Suppers return to Charlie Hallowell's Penrose next week, Sunday July 19th, with a multi-course prix-fixe menu. Proceeds go to benefit Hack the Hood's mission of helping local youth pursuing careers in technology and reservations can be made on OpenTable here. [EaterWire]

OUTER RICHMOND— In the avenues, Marla Bakery hosts their own Sunday Supper, also on Sunday, July 19th. Chefs Andre Cavallaro, Kari Shaughnessy and Krista Allvey will be doing a menu of "foraged & found bounty" from California. Tickets are $65 plus $30 for wine pairings and reservations can be made through Marla's website. [EaterWire]

MARIN— Next Saturday July 18th, the Marin Center in San Rafael will be hosting Breastfest — a beer festival benefiting low-income women with breast cancer. Tickets are $55 in advance and include bottomless beer from three dozen local brewers like Marin Brewing Co., Speakeasy, Bear Republic and Magnolia. [EaterWire]

Penrose

3311 Grand Ave., Oakland, CA 94610 (510) 444-1649 Visit Website

Marla Bakery

3619 Balboa Street, , CA 94121 (415) 742-4379 Visit Website

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