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Get a Sneak Peek of Bon Marché's Food and Beer Pairings; A Festival of Tiny, Briny Herring at Saul's

Plus, Pink Zebra is popping up at Namu Gaji and Nourish Cafe is offering weekday breakfast.

The Hall
The Hall
The Hall

MID-MARKET— Bon Marché, the French brasserie from the team behind AQ, is on its way to the Twitter building. But before it opens (probably sometime in July), stop by The Hall for a little preview of its wares. They'll be offering a selection of small bites from chef Matt Sieger, alongside beer pairings from Master Cicerone Rich Higgins (also Bon Marché's brewmaster). The event takes place Saturday, July 11 at 4 p.m.; tickets available here. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY— Saul's Deli will be hosting a New Holland Herring Festival this weekend, in honor of the beloved Dutch delicacy. The season is short and comes once a year, which is cause for celebration— Saul's will serve the buttery, briny fishes with egg, onion and pickle, plus gin or vodka straight and Trumer Pilsner ($20). The fish come from Amsterdam to NYC's Russ and Daughters to Saul's. The fishy dish will be available Saturday, July 11- Sunday, July 12 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; RSVP here. [EaterWire]

MISSION— Though Pink Zebra and chef Jesse Koide have vacated their space within Tao Yin, there are still opportunities to sample the chef's distinctive brand of Asian-fusion cuisine. Namu Gaju is hosting a special Pink Zebra pop-up with a five-course prix fixe menu and wine pairings from Kermit Lynch. There will be two nights of dining on Monday, July 13 and Monday, July 20; buy tickets here. [EaterWire]

INNER RICHMOND— Cute and tiny Nourish Cafe is now offering their refreshing, vegan menu for weekday breakfast. On Monday-Friday they'll open at 7 a.m. with a limited menu until 10 a.m., with smoothies, juices, more than a handful of tasty toasts, coffees and teas. Plus, they've now added more outdoor seating to their petite spot. Go forth and be healthy. [EaterWire]