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Anthony Bourdain Heckled by Dog Lover in SF, and More A.M. Intel

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Anthony Bourdain
Anthony Bourdain
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Anthony Bourdain was heckled at his SF show

In case you missed it, rabid meat lover and TV chef Anthony Bourdain was in town last week for his Hunger tour. Most everyone in the audience was eating up every last word of his, except for one woman who decided to heckle Bourdain at one point, accusing him of eating dog meat (which he has repeatedly said is not true). Over the loud boos, Bourdain can be heard biting back — patiently at first, before eventually saying, “Twenty more seconds of this and I’m going out and shooting a puppy in the fucking leg.” Thankfully, no puppies were harmed and the show went on.

An update on Guerneville’s Revival

Last week brought the sudden and unexpected closure of Revival, the restaurant inside Guerneville’s Applewood Inn, for mysterious reasons. Now, Bite Club Eats has word on its future, saying that the property’s Silicon Valley investors have plans for a $1 million renovation and management change, and that the hotel will soon be called The Belden. It’s still unclear if Revival will survive the transition.

The Haight will get a Slice House

Coming soon to 1535 Haight St. is chef Tony Gemignani’s Slice House, which also has locations in North Beach, SoMa, Mid-Market, Walnut Creek, and more, Hoodline reports. This will be the eighth location.

Bar Agricole has a new executive chef

Seth Stowaway is officially the new executive chef over at Bar Agricole. He’s been promoted from chef de cuisine after Melissa Reitz vacated the role. Stowaway plans to keep the food similar to what it is now, Inside Scoop reports.