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SF Bans Pot Shops in Chinatown

Plus, CNN will air Parts Unknown episode with W. Kamau Bell

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No munchies in Chinatown

Legal marijuana? You can forget it in Chinatown. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors, led by area supervisor Aaron Peskin, voted yesterday 8-3 to approve an ordinance that blocks the sale of recreational cannabis in the neighborhood, whose Chinese American community has been largely opposed to a dispensary in their midst for reasons including fears of gentrification and general cultural aversion.

CNN to air Parts Unknown episode with East Bay’s W. Kamau Bell

Episodes of the late Anthony Bourdain’s television show Parts Unknown will air posthumously on CNN, the network has announced. The last episode completed in the series before the host’s death was a trip to Kenya with fellow CNN star and East Bay local W. Kamau Bell. The network hasn’t said when the final season of the show will air.

Hawaiian chef’s cubano at Media Noche

The latest installment in cubano counter Media Noche’s guest chef series is here, and it’s from Chris Yang of Dogpatch Hawaiian restaurant āina. His ”Ono Kine Cubano” is made with crispy kalua pork, furikake slaw, kimchee vinaigrette, and mac salad aioli on sweet brioche — griddled to perfection by Media Noche chef Casey Rebecca Nunes. 10 percent of proceeds from its purchase will benefit Hui Aloha Aina Momona, an Oahu based organization promoting the traditional Hawaii foodway for poi.

Aster moves to longer fixed menu

Chef Brett Cooper is expanding his tasting menu at his 2015-opened, vegetable-starring Mission District restaurant. The new menu at Aster, which the kitchen is subbing in today, is seven courses rather than four, and it’s $135 plus an optional $79 wine pairing.

Aina

900 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107 (415) 814-3815 Visit Website

Aster

1001 Guerrero Street, , CA 94110 (415) 875-9810 Visit Website

Media Noche

3465 19th Street, , CA 94110 (415) 655-3904 Visit Website

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