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Half Door Brewing Anniversary; North Park Revamps Farmer's Market

Plus, The Patio's Japanese beer dinner.

EAST VILLAGE— Half Door Brewing Company is celebrating its one year anniversary tonight, with a bash that kicks off at 6 p.m. The first 100 people through the door will receive a free anniversary pint glass with the purchase of a house beer, and the brewpub will be serving complimentary appetizers and hosting a raffle. Among the beers on tap will be the popular White Chocolate Peanut Butter Gimmick and two special small batch brett beers, including a Berlinerweisse with raspberries. [EaterWire]

NORTH PARK— Come Thursday, March 24, the North Park Farmer's Market will be all new and improved. A collaboration between San Diego Markets and the North Park Main Street Association, the revamped North Park Thursday Market will span two blocks at the corner of North Park Way and 30th Street from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekly. It will feature 65 vendors — from produce to prepared foods and handicrafts — plus live music and cooking demos from neighborhood chefs, including Matt Gordon of Urban Solace, Rich Sweeney of Waypoint Public, Joanne Sherif of Cardamom Café, and Abe Botello of West Coast Tavern. [EaterWire]

PACIFIC BEACH— The Patio on Lamont is planning a Beer Beautiful Dinner on Tuesday, February 23 that'll start at 5:30 p.m. and feature the beers of Japan's Coedo Brewery. The Patio's chef de cuisine, Giovanni Gadiano, will be collaborating with SuperNatural Sandwiches executive chef Craig Jimenez on a unique multi-course sandwich meal that will include corned beef tongue rillette, with onsen egg, charred pearl onions, puffed rice and scallion and roasted pork belly lechon with aerated foie gras, bloody gravy, spicy atcharra, and mongo bean, paired with everything from Coedo's Hefeweizen to a Sweet Potato Amber. Tickets are $55 per person. [EaterWire]

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903 Island Ave, San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 232-9840 Visit Website

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