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Ayesha Curry Can't Stop, Won't Stop Making Food Deals

Plus, Lord Stanley started mezzanine dinners, Sprig partnered with chef David Nayfeld, more

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SAN FRANCISCO Ayesha Curry is damn determined to make this "lifestyle expert" thing work — she has a show in the works for Food Network, a pop-up with chef Michael Mina, and a line of chilled, organic vegetable soups pledging to "disrupt" the soup category. Now, Curry is involved in Gather, a meal kit delivery service with a weekly delivery of "seasonal ingredients" and recipes created by Curry herself. [EaterWire]

RUSSIAN HILL — Lord Stanley’s mezzanine will now have a "mid-summer menu" of four family-style courses for $60 per person, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in July. Plus, Friday and Saturday nights will be "heritage hen dinners" for $100 per person. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO — Chef David Nayfeld (Che FicoMission D&A) has partnered with Sprig to create Italian-inspired meal options on the app from Tuesday, July 5 through Sunday, July 10 for dinner. Dishes include lemon-mustard chicken with arugula, watermelon radish, shaved parmesan, and sun-dried tomato yogurt and a farro salad with grilled broccolini, radicchio, marinated beets, castelvetrano olives, and dijon red wine vinaigrette. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO Luce, Leftbank Brasserie Larkspur, and One Market are all offering half-off select wines for the month of July. Luce’s will be only on Sunday evenings to accompany three-course Sunday suppers, while Left Bank Brassiere and One Market are going all in with the whole menu for the entire month. [EaterWire]

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