Garden Creamery Opens on 20th St, Shakewell Hosts a Pink & Nasty Happy Hour + More
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Garden Creamery Opens on 20th St, Shakewell Hosts a Pink & Nasty Happy Hour + More


This week's most delicious news.

Garden Creamery Quietly Opens on 20th St

Former ice cream food truck Garden Creamery quietly opened the doors to their first brick-and-mortar on Saturday. The creamery pasteurizes all their ice cream in-house, offering delicious flavors such as fresh mint chip, cookies and cream, black sesame, and more. They also have equally delicious popsicles, ice cream sandwiches, vegan sorbets, and will soon be offering chimney cones—a Hungarian street cake with a crunchy exterior and a doughy interior. Yum! // Open daily, 3566 20th St. (Mission),

Humphry Slocombe & Recchiuti Confections Join Forces

In other important ice cream news, Humphry Slocombe is partnering with Recchiuti Confections to make a caramel crunch ice cream. The delicious collaboration combines Humphry Slocombe's Tahitian vanilla with Recchiuti's signature burnt caramel syrup, peanut butter pearls, and pretzels covered in Recchiuti milk chocolate. This tasty treat will be offered throughout February at all H.S. locations. // Offered February 1-30, various locations,

Miller's East Coast Deli Launches New Menu

Miller's East Coast Deli in Nob Hill is launching a new menu on Thursday with expanded breakfast offerings. Expect new meat options including corn beef, pastrami, or brisket hash, as well as chicken and waffles, chicken fried steak, biscuits and gravy, and more. They're also introducing a new line of smoked fish brought over straight from Banner's Smoked Fish in Brooklyn. Think lox, white smoked white fish, four kinds of herring, and more. // Open Monday-Sunday, 8am-9pm, 1725 Polk St (Nob Hill),

Saffron India Bistro Launches New Menu

Saffron India Bistro in San Carlos, the sister restaurant to Michelin-starred Rasa, has also launched a new menu. The owners redid the menu to focus on seasonality, and new dishes include farmers market vegetable korma (seasonal veggies cooked with coconut, mint leaves, and spices), seasonally changing daals, and more. The restaurant has also started using Rocky free range chicken for their popular butter chicken dish. // Open daily, 1143 San Carlos Ave. (San Carlos),

Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches Launches Farm

Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches, an eco-conscious sandwich shop from Seattle, opened the doors to its first Bay Area location earlier this month in the Financial District. They're planning two other locations in Danville and Lafayette, and have also invested in a farm in Discovery Bay. The farm will supply the stores with local produce used for sandwiches, soups, and salads. // Open Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm, 222 Battery St (FiDi),

The Pink and Nasty at Shakewell

Shakewell in Oakland is hosting a special Pink and Nasty happy hour on Thursday from 4-6pm. To support the continued efforts of the Women's March, the restaurant has printed pink postcards with Wonder Woman stamps(!) so you can write your senator as you sip on the night's signature cocktail, the Pink and Nasty. Plus, it's 50 percent off the bar bites menu, which features papas bravas, fried chicken, bacalao croquetas and bacon-wrapped dates. // Thursday, February 2, 4-6pm,

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