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Coffee in a Space Age Winnebago, and More A.M. Intel

Five pieces of Friday food news

Tom Sachs’ Logjam Cafe
Photo by Celeste Layne via YBCA

Space Coffee at Yerba Buena

As part of Tom Sach’s retro-future Space Program: Europa exhibit at YBCA, the artist has built out an interactive art coffee/art space called Logjam Cafe inside a jazzed-up Winnebago. Hoodline took a look around the spot, and in addition to coffee and booze you can order a “Ritzeo” Oreo-Ritz cracker mashup or a “screw sorting tray” which is exactly what it sounds like and not at all edible. The cafe will be in the front lobby of YBCA until it takes off for its next planet in mid-January.

Money-losing delivery startup seeks CEO

Five-year-old San Francisco-based delivery startup Munchery is still losing “millions of dollars a month,” Bloomberg reports, and they’re hoping a new CEO might be able to turn that ship around.

Art Deco delayed in the Castro

The Castro Fountain, a sequel of sorts to Cole Valley’s retro-retro Ice Cream Bar is experiencing even more construction delays, Hoodline reports, but they’re still aiming to open by the end of the year.

Juice, projected

Also on Castro Street: Project Juice looks to be headed for the former home of Artis Coffee. It’ll be the sixth SF location and the 10th California outpost of the trendy juice spot.

Beer for Brunch in Los Gatos

Loma Brewing Company in Los Gatos has added weekend brunch service (featuring spicy pork asada in the Loma Benedict), as well as daily lunch, an early 3–6 p.m. happy hour and late night menu on Friday and Saturdays.

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