Sacred Wheel Cheese Shop Opens in Temescal, eVe Hosts Dirt Dinners, and More

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Oakland / Temescal: The Sacred Wheel cheese shop opened yesterday at 4935 Shattuck Avenue (at 51st), focusing on Northern California cheese and wine. [Grub Street]

And don’t forget Homeroom opens tomorrow at 400 40th Street. We recommend the Mexican mac. It’s pretty rad. [Grub Street]

Berkeley: eVe restaurant is doing a $70 prix fixe for V-Day tonight, and they’re launching a series of “Dirt Dinners” in which they partner with a local community garden. They’re family-style, $40 per person, with $10 going back to support the featured garden, and the first one is Sunday, February 20. More info here. [Grub Street]

Potrero: Dissident chef Russell Jackson, who went from pop-up to full time with Lafitte, is doing a Studio Gourmet demo thing at Horatius (350 Kansas) next Sunday, February 20. [SFoodie]

Nob Hill: Remember on Friday when we told you about the Wreck Room replacing the Nob Hill Tavern? Well, it appears it’s already open. [Eater]

Castro: Something sushi-like appears to be happening at the former No-Name Sushi (314 Church Street). Details TBA. [Eater]

Sacramento: SFoodie visits the Squeeze Inn, in a strip mall in SacTown, and likes it. [SFoodie]

Sacred Wheel Cheese Shop Opens in Temescal, eVe Hosts Dirt Dinners, and More