UPPER MARKET—Riding off into the weekend, be advised that it's opening night for Pisco, the Latin cocktail lounge and tapas spot next door to big sis Destino. La Mar may have stolen some of the pisco thunder, but the joint is getting some good buzz nonetheless. The food menu is online and they're open until 1am tonight. Now perhaps we can call a quick timeout on the pisco-related trend? [EaterWire]
NOE VALLEY—One of the classic dishes at Incanto is the handkerchief pasta with pork ragu, and as if the first Boccalone prosciutto wasn't enough on the new product front, you can now buy jars of the signature pork ragu at Boccalone. [EaterWire]
NOE VALLEY—Those who head to the Noe Valley farmers' market might notice a two new 65-foot-long murals: "The diptych covers walls on the east and west sides of the parking lot at 24th Street between Vicksburg and Sanchez streets, and features past, present and future-fantasy views of the neighborhood, bracketed by giant botanical illustrations of vegetables, plants, leaves and blossoms." [Chron]
LITTLE SAIGON—You might have heard that White Rabbit candies were recalled recently, but an astute and concerned reader lets us know that more than a few Vietnamese sandwich shops are still selling the contested confections, unaware. We don't quite know what to say about that, except don't eat the evil candy. Maybe some type of officials might want to try to get word past the language barriers? [EaterWire]
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