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Searsucker Launches Baseball-Themed Menu

Plus Del Sur Mexican Cantina’s anniversary and a top chef bake sale

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GASLAMP— Just in time for the Padres’ 2017 season, Searsucker San Diego will launch a special baseball-themed menu available Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. until October 1. The souped up stadium-style eats range from a take on Cracker Jacks with housemade caramel corn, peanuts and cayenne ($3) to duck fat fries topped with pickled jalapenos, housemade cheese sauce and shredded pork belly ($10) and the Tomahawk Dog, a a bacon-wrapped housemade sausage on a housebaked bun with a demi-horseradish sauce and crispy onion strings ($12). Drink deals range from $5 draft beer to $7 house wine and $9 specialty cocktails. [EaterWire]

SOUTH PARK— Del Sur Mexican Cantina is celebrating is first anniversary with a party on Wednesday, April 12 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Happy hour specials will be available all night long, including $6 lunch combos, $6 shots with a beer and $1 churros, along with live music and a raffle whose prizes range from a gift card for the restaurant to a bottle of tequila. [EaterWire]

LITTLE ITALY— A baker’s dozen of San Diego’s finest pastry chefs, including Herb & Wood’s Adrian Mendoza, Pop Pie Co.’s Gan Suebsarakham, TRUST’s Jeremy Harville, and Azucar’s Vivian Hernandez-Jackson, will contribute their treats to an chef-driven bake sale that will be held at Herb & Eatery on Sunday, May 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hosted by local food writer Erin Jackson, all of the proceeds will go to support the Monach School in Barrio Logan; general admission is a $10 donation (free for kids), with all baked goods priced at $5 each. There are also VIP tickets available, which provide early entry at 10:30 a.m. plus a welcome beverage, commemorative pin, and chocolate truffle from Andrea’s Truffles; a $75 “Golden Ticket” option includes early entry, all the complimentary extras, and one baked good from each of the 13 chefs. [EaterWire]

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