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Wise Sons Bagelry opens in Larkspur, Cotogna launches a farm stand + other tasty news

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This week in foodie happenings.

Equator Coffee Opens at Fort Mason


Equator Coffees and Teas continues to amp up the Bay Area with the opening, on Thursday, July 20th, of its sixth location. The café at Fort Mason will, expectedly have an espresso bar, batch-brewed coffee, and a rotating selection of single origin coffees, teas, sodas. But, are you ready for it? There will also be coffee cocktails, including cascara gin fizz and an Irish coffee, of course. Look for grab and go sandwiches and daily food specials. Swing by on Thursday for freebies. // 2 Marina Blvd. (Fort Mason), equatorcoffees.com


Marin County Gets Wise (Sons)

Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen is is officially slinging bagels at Marin Country Mart, where The Bagelry opened its today. Choose from a plethora of bagels and schmears and sandwiches—we like the West Coast veggie with hous-made hummus, roasted mushrooms and pickled onions, and the pastrami bagel #19 with cole slaw, Russian dressing, and Swiss cheese. There'll also be salads, smoked fish, and coffee. // 2257 Larkspur Landing Cir (Larkspur), wisesonsdeli.com


Cotogna's Friday Farm Stand

Stock up on summer bounty each Friday at Cotogna, where a pop-up farm stand on the corner of Pacific and Montgomery will be selling the same pristine produce found on the restaurant's menu (and that of Quince, as well). The selection of just-harvested produce from Bolinas' Fresh Run Farm will change weekly. Expect juicy tomatoes, baby lettuces, herbs, cucumbers, kale, chard, and much more. You can also sign up for a CSA box. // 490 Pacific Ave. (Jackson Square), cotognasf.com


Fine & Rare's East Coast Shore Feast

Join Fine & Rare at The Pearl as they host Shore Feast, a nod to the East Coast summer tradition of piling up the tables with shrimp, clams, mussels, and summer corn doused in Old Bay seasoning, drawn butter, and hot sauce. There'll be bottomless mimosas and beer to wash it all down. Tickets are $80; proceeds will benefit the Golden Gate Salmon Association. // 601 19th St. (Dogpatch), at eventbrite.com.