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Foodie Agenda: Game Day Pizza, Fresh Juice at the Ferry Building, and More

Pressed Juicery Fery Building

Sunday, Feb 3rd

Still figuring out how to feed your hungry fans during Sunday’s game? Stop by one of Paxti’s Pizza’s seven Bay Area locations and pick up a selection their “half baked” pizzas. Try their delicious Chicago-style stuff pizzas or their crispy thin-crust pies, and have your game day 'za ready in no time. Or, if you’re craving a little team spirit, Paxti’s will be playing the big game on flat screen televisions at all seven locations. Paxti’s Pizza, multiple locations

Monday, Feb. 4th

Eddie Huang is a New York high-octane chef with attitude to match. Huang is the owner of East Village hot spot Baohaus and author of the new book, Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir. Come hear Huang interviewed by author Adam Mansbach and be prepared for some colorful stories. 6-7 p.m. @ Omnivore Books on Food 3885 Chavez St.


As if the Ferry Building wasn’t awesome enough, on January 29th renowned Los Angeles-based Pressed Juicery opened its doors to their newest Bay Area location. Inspired by the quest to live a balanced and fulfilled life through health and wellness, Pressed Juicery offers step-by-step cleanse programs to help their customers become juicing pros. Stop by their stand this weekend and try their refreshing Blueberry Coconut Pear juice. Pressed Juicery, The Ferry Building

Puccini & Pinetti just announced their new “Quickie Lunch.” Designed to satiate those hard at work, Puccini & Pinetti is serving up daily specials from Pesto Capellini to Grilled romaine salad, all for $15.50, all in under an hour. M-F, 11:30 am-4 pm, Puccini & Pinetti 129 Ellis St. 415-392-5500

Friday, Feb. 8th

Honestly, who doesn’t love beer? Kick off the bubbly and brewtastic 10 day SF Beer Week at the Opening Celebration. Be prepared to sample the offerings from over sixty-five California breweries, and if that isn’t enough to get your blood pumping, there will be live music and artisan food to boot. Be sure to check out all of Beer Week’s events, including ones in the North, East and South Bays as well. 6-10 p.m. $75/person @ The Concourse Exhibition Center, 620 7th St.

And in celebration of SF Beer Week, San Francisco Brewer’s Guild announced its modern twist on a historic West Coast ale: Green Death. What famed Chronicle writer Charles McCabe referred to as his “working breakfast,” Green Death will make its debut at the SF Beer Week Opening Celebration and will be available on draft from February 9-17 at a limited number of Bay Area bars.

Additional text by Victoria Havlicek