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Napa Valley Wine Train Starts 'Pride Ride;' Johnny Doughnuts Doubles Size of San Rafael Store

Plus, SF magazine released a list of 50 "undersung" spots and A16 is hosting an Italian craft beer dinner.

Johnny Doughnuts' expanded store.
Johnny Doughnuts' expanded store.
Johnny Doughnuts

NAPA VALLEY — The Napa Valley Wine Train’s new owners are instituting an LGBT-friendly "pride ride" on March 19 with "some of the Bay Area's most prominent LGBT wine experts" and a paired four-course meal. Proceeds will be donated to The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, which provides aid for HIV services, hunger programs, and support for homeless and disenfranchised youth. [E]

SAN RAFAELJohnny Doughnuts has doubled the size of its brick-and-mortar store, which double the kitchen and seating space. Hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for now, with plans to expand to 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO — In the latest issue of San Francisco magazine, food editor Rebecca Flint Marx puts forth what she thinks are "50 people, places, and things eminently deserving of your recognition," including 1601 Bar & Kitchen, which just so happens to be on our heatmap right now. See the full list here. [SF mag]

ROCKRIDGEA16 and The Trappist are teaming up for an Italian Craft Beer Dinner on Thursday, January 28 with Italian beers curated by The Trappist paired with a special a la carte menu of dishes like tripe and calamari salad, blood sausage and roasted mussels bruschetta. Reserve a spot here. [EaterWire]

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