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5 Exciting Things To Do & Eat In San Francisco This Week

A fried chicken pop-up, new openings, and more.

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Updated November 9th, 2021

November is here, meaning it’s getting colder out and we’re just barely making it through our annual Daylight Savings-fueled existential crisis. But with a new month also comes tons of new and exciting things to do and eat in the city. Here are five options for your week, including a fried chicken pop-up, a just-opened brunch spot, and more.

Fowl + Fare at Deli Board

If it’s been too long since you’ve had an excellent fried chicken sandwich, Oakland-based pop-up Fowl + Fare is here to change that. On Thursday, November 11th from 6-9p, they’ll be popping up at Deli Board in SoMa. If it’s on the menu, get the citric hot sandwich with chipotle aioli and refreshing pear slaw.

Claws of Mantis at Cassava

Claws of Mantis is a Vietnamese pop-up that does multi-course tasting menus throughout the city, and they’ll be serving dinner at Cassava on Monday, November 15th at 5 and 8pm. Expect to see dishes like canh chua with black cod, yogurt sorbet with aerated Vietnamese coffee, and more. Tickets ($138) are available here for indoor or outdoor seatings.

Hilda and Jesse

Last week, a new brunch spot made its debut in North Beach, and seems like a great place to chill with a cold brew cocktail and some steak and eggs. Hilda and Jesse also does a $45 tasting menu that’s available all day.

Duck Fat Pecan Pies at Humphry Slocombe

Humphry Slocombe’s iconic mini duck fat pecan pies only make an appearance once a year, in the fall - and that time is now. Head to any of their locations (first come, first serve) to pick one up, along with a “duck yeah sundae,” which comes with a scoop of ice cream on top.

Cholita Linda at the Ferry Building

A new addition to the Ferry Building is Cholita Linda, an Oakland-based spot serving Peruvian, Cuban, and Mexican dishes. It’s their first SF location, so take this as an excuse to head over and enjoy crispy fish tacos or a pork shoulder sandwich with views of the water.

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