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Lord Stanley Lands Third Place in Bon Appetit Top Ten

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Lord Stanley
Lord Stanley
Patricia Chang

Lord Stanley wins the Bon Appetit top ten prize

In years past, San Francisco restaurants Al’s Place, State Bird Provisions, and more have been on the Bon Appetit ten best new restaurants in America list. This year the coveted spot goes to Lord Stanley, which landed third on the list for chefs Carrie and Rupert Blease’s deftness with vegetables. Per usual, this likely means the reservations are about to go through the roof, so get in while you fit in. You can see the full list of winners here.

GoFundMe started for murdered Sons & Daughters line cook

Sons & Daughters chef/owner Teague Moriarty has started a GoFundMe to help the family of Frank Galicia, the line cook that was a victim of a homicide last week in Westfield Centre. Head here to donate toward “much needs funds to help with the investigation, offer rewards, and cover expenses Frank’s family will incur.”

The Perennial is raising funds for its new farming initiative

The Perennial
The Perennial
Patricia Chang

The ultra-sustainable The Perennial is becoming even more so: It’s now raising money for The Perennial Farming Institute, the restaurant’s non-profit branch that funds farming that fights climate change with help from diners and chefs. Click on over here to read more and donate.

Trader Joe’s is officially coming to 4th and Market

Mid-Market is getting itself its very own Trader Joe’s at 4th and Market, below the Old Navy, Hoodline reports. The supermarket is currently hiring for a potential October opening.

The Clayton wildfire overtook Terrill Cellars

Terrill Cellars in Lower Lake is the latest victim of the Clayton wildfire: Owners posted on Facebook that Tuscan Village has been destroyed, Mercury News reported. They won’t know if anything remains of the winery until they can return.

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