Foodie Agenda: A New Happy Hour in FiDi + Tartine's Manufactory Opens for Previews

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


The Treasury Opens in FiDi

A new cocktail bar in the FiDi, The Treasury opens tonight. A project between Phil West (Range, Third Rail), Arnold Eric Wong (Bacar, E&O), and Carlos Yturria (A16, Absinthe), you can expect light but delicious bar fare, such as oysters and cheese platters, to ensure downtown office workers have the happiest of happy hours. // 115 Sansome St (FiDi); thetreasurysf.com

Lunch at Luce, Benefit for CUESA

Luce is debuting a new two-course lunch option starting February 8th to benefit CUESA, the Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture. The non-profit organization operates the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, and 5% of proceeds from the lunch menu will be donated towards the organization. There are two options for each course, but if you go, order the scallop crudo and the hand cut pasta with duck ragu—it’s just the right thing to do. // $25, 11am-2:30pm starting February 8, 888 Howard St. (SoMa); lucewinerestaurant.com

Fat Tuesday at 1300 Fillmore

Prepare for Mardi Gras with a special Fat Tuesday menu at 1300 Fillmore. Patrons will enjoy snacks such as cheesy grit sticks with tomato marmalade or blackened crawfish croquettes with a red eye remoulade by Chef de Cuisine, Jake Whitlock. Sip on southern-inspired cocktails such as the pecan Old Fashioned with scotch, muscovado sugar, pecan bitters and a chicory ice cube or the more holiday-appropriate Sazerac. Yum. // Tuesday, February 9, 1300 Fillmore St. (Western Addition); 1300fillmore.com

Preview Tartine Manufactory Sandwiches

Every Friday evening, starting around 7pm, you can preview some creations from the upcoming Tartine Manufactory. Chef Sam Goinsavlos will be making juicy porchetta and serving them as sandwiches using different buns like a koji brioche or flatbread. Note: this isn’t guaranteed every Friday night; but luckily, you’ll be in the most delicious neighborhood in San Francisco with plenty of other options. // Friday evenings, 600 Guerrero (Mission); tartinebakery.com

Omar Mamoon is the founder of Dough & Co.

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