For-sale 'Full House' Victorian gets a price slash + more topics to discuss over brunch
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For-sale 'Full House' Victorian gets a price slash + more topics to discuss over brunch


Yep, the Tanner family house can now be a discount!

Plus, ICYMI: Matrix 4 is taking over FiDi, SF Flower Market is moving to Potrero Hill, The French Laundry's head farmer gets in the cannabis game, and more local news to consider over mimosas this weekend.

From The French Laundry to Cannabis: Aaron Keefer Lands at Sonoma Hills Farm, Forbes

Former Thomas Keller Restaurant Group head culinary farmer Aaron Keefer is trading in Michelin stars for marijuana. His new position: vice president of cultivation and production at craft cannabis farm, Sonoma Hills Farm. Read more.

Full House Victorian in San Francisco gets $500,000 price cut, Mercury News

While a neighboring Painted Lady just sold for $3.5 million (never mind its need of a serious revamp), the Tanner family's residence is move-in ready—and on the market for just under $5.5 million. Read more.

What you need to know about the 'Matrix 4' filming in San Francisco,Datebook

By now you've surely seen those pics of Keanu Reeves licking a Baskin-Robbins ice cream cone in Alameda and know that Matrix 4 filming is underway. Continue keeping tabs on the cast and crew—or even shoot your shot and apply to be an extra. Read more.

Vegan company Miyoko's Creamery sues California over labeling restrictions, SF Chronicle

While for many California residents, plant-based diary alternatives are basically the real deal, the state's Department of Food and Agriculture doesn't exactly agree. After telling Miyoko's it couldn't call their product "butter"—or use an image of a cow on their website—the Sonoma-based company filed a freedom of speech lawsuit against them. Read more.

In Potrero Hill, 395 homes pruned for SF Flower Mart instead, Curbed SF

Rather than gaining nearly 400 new residences—the OG plan for a pair of $99 million undeveloped lots—Potrero Hill will become the home of an SF resident since 1924, SF Flower Market. Read more.

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