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SoundBite Pop-Up at The Cork & Craft; The Red Door's Farmer & Fisherman Dinner

Plus, Sirena celebrates its first anniversary.

RANCHO BERNARDO— The next edition of SoundBite, the music and food pop-up created by Eco Caters' Nick Brune, is scheduled for this Monday, November 2 at The Cork & Craft. Brune will be collaborating with the restaurant's chefs, including Phil Esteban, Tony Guan and Michael McKee plus chef Alex Emory (Hilton Bayfront Hotel), on a five-course dinner inspired by local hip-hop group Parker & the Numberman, who'll be performing live for guests. Tickets are $65 or $80 with beer pairings from The Cork & Craft's in-house Abnormal Brewing Co. [EaterWire]

MISSION HILLS— The Red Door Restaurant and Wine Bar is continuing its Farmers, Friends and Fishermen series with a harvest-themed event on Wednesday, November 4. A reception, starting at 5:30 p.m., will include a signature cocktail, appetizers and charcuterie, plus a meet-and-greet with the night's guests, farmers from Be Wise Ranch, Taj Farms and Cyclops Farm, Catalina Offshore fishmonger Tommy Gomes, and Frank Golbeck from Golden Coast Mead. Following the cocktail hour, executive chef Miguel Valdez will present a four-course dinner made with ingredients source from the featured purveyors, paired with mead. Tickets are $80. [EaterWire]

LITTLE ITALY— To commemorate its first anniversary, Sirena Gourmet Latin Seafood is throwing a party from 7 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, November 12 and everyone's invited. There will be hosted beer and wine and tray-passed bites and food stations from executive chef Jaime Chavez and Sirena's kitchen team, plus live Latin music. The eatery, whose cuisine is inspired by Chilean, Peruvian, Mexican and Spanish cultures, will also be previewing its new fall menu. [EaterWire]

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