NOB HILL—Yesterday we mentioned Hurley's "meh" wild game special, and today comes the reminder that next week (Nov. 4-8) is Big Four's annual wild game week. As usual, the menu (.pdf) is considerably exotic, boasting items like Himalayan yak, Rocky Mountain wapiti (yes, we Googled that one), deer, elk and giant wild Nigerian salt water prawns. [EaterWire]
MEDIA—Sweet, sweet Katie Lee Joel. The Burger Bash champion has just been named the first food columnist for Cosmo: "I'm so excited. When the magazine first started, they never would have had something about food, about women being in the kitchen. But we can have it all!" [Fashion Week Daily via Eater NY]
NORTH BEACH—This Sunday marks Boss of the Sauce, also known as the "world's largest tomato sauce competition." Restaurants will vie for the title of the city's best sauce, celebrities will judge, tickets start at $20, and all the other details are right here. [EaterWire]
HAYES VALLEY—Celebrity sightings are few and far between in SF, but here you go: "Julia Roberts, Bruce Willis, Sean Penn, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Billy Crystal and Bonnie Raitt, enjoying dinner at celebrity chef Traci Des Jardins' Jardinière restaurant in San Francisco after the Association of Hole in the Wall Camps benefit." [E!]
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