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Mario Batali is bringing his orange crocs to the Bay

San Francisco is going to get a dose of Italian superchef Mario Batali, as he’s stopping by the Ferry Building on Thursday, October 27 to promote his new book Mario Batali: The Big American Cookbook. Check out all the details here.

Scopo Divino and Revival launch brunch

Brunch fans have two new options in the mix. New Lower Pacific Heights wine bar Scopo Divino is launching both lunch and brunch on October 19. Check out both menus below.

As for Revival, the new Applewood Inn and Spa fine dining restaurant in Guerneville, brunch is served weekends from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with dishes like fried chicken benedict, made from local produce, as well as house-baked bread, oysters, Wrecking Ball coffee, and a full bar.

Hangar 1 Vodka has a new visitors’ center and tasting room

Hangar 1’s new tasting room
Hangar 1’s new tasting room
Hangar 1 Vodka

Hangar 1 Vodka has opened a new visitors’ center and tasting room in Alameda, after at two-year remodel of the former WWII aircraft hangar. Here’s how to visit.

No one wants any Caviar

Turns out no one wants to pay for Caviar. That’s according to Bloomberg News, which reported that Square tried to sell its food delivery site and app for $100 million, but that no one — including Uber, GrubHub, and Yelp — was interested. Read all about it here.

Ayesha's Homemade premieres October 22

Ayesha Curry has firmly established herself as a food personality with her upcoming meal kit delivery and Michael Mina pop-up, and now she is debuting a Food Network show on October 22 called Ayesha’s Homemade. More details here.

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