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Tartine Cookies & Cream Now Open, Mission Street Food Returns+ More Tasty Events

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Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!



Tartine Cookies + Cream Opens

Liz Prueitt's Tartine Cookies + Cream opened earlier this week inside The Manufactory. The much-anticipated ice cream shop from the Tartine matriarch specializes in egg-free, gelato-style soft serve, using imported machines from Italy and buffalo milk Double-8 dairy. Opening flavors include chocolate, coffee, fior de latte, and an incredibly purple concord grape. There are also pies, ice cream sandwiches, and toppings to enjoy—all made in house. // Open daily, 11am-5pm, 595 Alabama St. (Mission), tartinemanufactory.com



Pal's Takeaway Opens in Forage Kitchen

The formerly Mission-based sandwich pop-up Pal's Takeaway is now opened in Forage Kitchen in Oakland. Owner and sandwich genius Jeff Mason will be slinging salads and sandwiches for the Uptown lunch crowd, including his delicious Aunt Malai's Almost Famous Lao Sausage sandwich with cucumber-cilnatro relish, house mayo and greens. Yum! // Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm, 478 25th St. (Oakland), palstakeaway.com


Aina Starts Dinner

The Dogpatch's modern Hawaiian eatery and newly dubbed Michelin Bib Gourmand Aina started dinner service earlier this week. Previously the restaurant had only been open for brunch, so this is big news for the small eatery. Dinner items include Portuguese butter bean cassoulet and Okinawan sweet potato gnocchi, among other dishes. // Open Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-5pm, 900 22nd St. (Dogpatch), Ainasf.com



Taste of Persia Book Signing at Omnivore

Join James Beard Award-winning author, photographer, teacher, cook and world traveler Naomi Duguid at Omnivore this Thursday at she signs copies of her new book Taste of Persia. The book chronicles her travels through Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, and Kurdistan and includes delicious recipes from each country. // Thursday, October 20, 6:30-7:30pm, 3885a Cesar Chavez St. (Noe Valley), omnivorebooks.com


Return of Mission Street Food

Back in the days before Mission Chinese Food, there was Mission Street Food, a pop-up that featured a rotation of chefs throughout the city cooking up some of their most delicious fare. Well, The Perennial is hosting a throwback event featuring some of the pop-up's greatest hits. There'll also be karaoke and a special appearance by DJ cabelloooo who'll be spinning 80s new-wave/synthpop. // Monday, October 24, 5:30-10pm, 59 9th St. (SoMa), blog.missionstreetfood.com/

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