Eat Real Fest Kicks Off; Terra Bakery Mysteriously Closed; and More

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Oakland: The big event this weekend is across the Bay at Jack London Square: Eat Real, which will feature 60 food vendors as well as a Beer Shed, baby goats, and all kinds of urban homesteading seminars and such. But much like the S.F. Street Food Fest, we suggest getting there early. This thing is majorly popular now, and it gets packed. The fun starts at 1 p.m. Friday, and at 11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free. [Eat Real Schedule]
Inner Sunset: Beautifull, the chain of healthy, pre-made food stores, just closed one of its three locations, at 816 Irving. [Eater]
Hayes Valley: Terra Bakery & Café, at Hayes and Gough, is mysteriously closed for “seismic construction.” We’ll see about that. [Eater]

Potrero Hill: There’s a festival called Roadworks this Saturday, September 24, celebrating the art of the book, featuring a block-printing press using a 3-ton steamroller. The fest also features some street-food vendors like Hapa Ramen and Soda Craft. Location: Rhode Island between 16th and 17th. [Grub Street]

Eat Real Fest Kicks Off; Terra Bakery Mysteriously Closed; and More