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New Cocktails for Noble; More Oktoberfest; Pop-Up on Adams

DOWNTOWNNoble Experiment bartender Brian Lee just became the cocktail den's general manager and recently unveiled a new drink list with an emphasis on darker spirits and some seasonally-appropriate flavors, including the toasted pecan bitters that tinge the Frankfort Praline, built with bourbon and rum, and the scotch-based Irresponsible Husband, balanced with lemon, orgeat and apricot liqueur. [EaterWire]

CARLSBAD— Oktoberfest isn't over folks, Bistro West and West Steak and Seafood chef Eugenio Martignago is holding the fourth annual OktoberWest event this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; food at the fest includes slow-cooked rotisserie suckling pig, house made sausages, braised veal cheeks, German desserts and salads made with produce from the property's three acre farm. Advance tickets are $30, call 760-930-8008 to purchase. [EaterWire]

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS— Before he joined Solare Ristorante as their executive chef, Sicily-born Accusio Lota ran a great pop-up supper club called Limone San Diego. This coming Tuesday October 15, Lota's resurrecting Limone for a benefit dinner to support the San Diego Food Bank. He's teaming up with Cueva Bar chef/owner Osvaldo Blackaller for a four-course dinner held at the Blackaller's Adams Avenue eatery. There are two seatings, 5:30 and 8 p.m., for the $45 dinner and all proceeds will go to the Food Bank. Email Limone to put your name on the guest list. [EaterWire]

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777 G St San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 888-4713

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