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Herb & Wood Now Open Mondays in Little Italy

Plus, a 12-course Barrio Logan dinner & a farm-forward tasting event

Brian Malarkey

LITTLE ITALY— The nearly one-year-old Herb & Wood is still buzzing in Little Italy, where the restaurant has just expanded its hours to include Monday nights, when the bar will open at 4:30 p.m. with dinner service beginning at 5:30 p.m. Its casual counterpart, Herb & Eatery, has also expanded its hours of operation to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, with rotating chef’s specials offered after 4 p.m. to augment the regular menu. [EaterWire]

BARRIO LOGAN— There may just be a few seats left for the next installment of chef Steve Brown’s dinner series at his secret Barrio Logan location. Scheduled for Saturday, March 4, the dinner will be aligned with his fine dining Cosecha pop up, featuring a 12-course dinner (including mongchong crudo, wheat berry foraged mushroom risotta, duck confit, A5 Satsuma Wagyu beef and more) paired with 12 Baja wines presented by Baja Wine + Food’s Fernando Gaxiola. Tickets are $140. [EaterWire]

MISSION BAY— The inaugural InTents Conference, scheduled, scheduled from March 19 to March 21, aims at providing educational panels and networking opportunities to farmers, artisan food makers, and farmers' market managers to help grown their small businesses. A tasting event, the InTents Flavor Party, will be held at Marina Village on Monday, March 20, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.; open to the public, it will include drinks, live music and dishes created by local chefs including Wrench and Rodent’s Davin Waite, The Red Door’s Miguel Valdez, 608’s Willy Eick, and more featuring seasonal ingredients from ranging from Da Le Ranch and JR Organics to Point Loma Farms. Tickets are $75. [EaterWire]

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