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The Giants' Edible Garden; SF Street Food Fest Might End; A Marla Bakery Wedding; More!

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Welcome to Eater Tastings, where Eater SF editor Allie Pape shares the best restaurant and bar news of the week.


Marla Bakery's garden patio. [Photo: Patricia Chang]

SOUTH BEACH—The next time you hit AT&T Park for a Giants game, check out their new edible garden—where you can eat produce grown on-site. We've got a photo tour.

THE MISSION—Sad news for the popular San Francisco Street Food Festival: this year will be its last in the Mission, and quite possibly its last ever.

OUTER RICHMOND—Brand-new Marla Bakery is a labor of love in the Outer Richmond—so much so that its owners got married there before opening the doors. Check out the space, and learn more about their love story.

BERNAL HEIGHTS—Bernal is getting along swimmingly with new seafood spot Red Hill Station, which will also double as a built-in seafood market. Take a tour.

SAN FRANCISCO—Shaved ice, snow cones, and Italian ice: our map helps you find cool treats that are just the thing for a summertime snack.

SOMA—Congrats to Johnny Ortiz, Saison's sous chef, who took home an Eater Young Guns award this week. At just 23, he was the youngest of the 50 semifinalists.

SOMA—As prognosticated, the end has come for the Chron's standalone food section: as of this weekend, it's being combined with their home and garden coverage into a new section called Food+Home.

SOMA—Loretta Keller's Coco500 is shutting down on July 9th and becoming the new home of Marlowe, which is being forced out by construction.