Danish Dogs make grand return to Kantine
Scandinavian bakery and cafe Kantine is hosting a second Danish Dog pop-up event in its Market Street space. As last time, patrons will gather for pork, beef and vegan dogs on freshly baked buns, including a new potato bun, plus toppings and cold beers. It’s this Thursday, August 8, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., no reservations,
Amazon Go store number four is a go
San Francisco’s fourth Amazon Go store — the kind where customers take what they want and leave, but it’s not stealing, because Amazon is carefully surveilling and charging them — is open at Three Embarcadero Center. Come in for items from Urban Remedy, Dosa by Dosa, Green Heart Foods, La Boulangerie, Kikka Sushi, Starter Bakery, and more, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m on Saturday (closed Sunday).
Linea Caffee kicks off roasting at new SF facility
Popular 18th Street cafe Linea has settled into a new roasting facility in Potrero Hill, at 1125 Marioposa Street. The space was previously a hub for Eco Caffe, also from Linea founder Andrew Barnett, which was purchased by major roaster Intellegentsia, and later stopped using the space. The first beans for Linea at Mariposa Street are getting roasted today, and a second retail cafe, like the 18th street original, is arriving in the fall.
Berkeley Safeway has liquor license pulled
A Berkeley Safeway that served three minors alcohol in the last year won’t be doing so anytime soon. The store’s license to sell beer, wine, and spirits has been suspended for two months, Berkeleyside reports. The Claremont Safeway on College Avenue has pulled its booze inventory and blocked off aisles for the moment.