Cuco’s Lives On, For Now; Jardinière Hosts an M.F.K. Fisher Dinner; and More

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Lower Haight: Cuco’s (488 Haight) remains open, at least for now. [SFoodie, Earlier]
Castro: The Chron’s 49 Square Miles project hits upon the Castro, and the most iconic food-and-beverage business they find is Twin Peaks Tavern, which was the first gay bar in town to have large windows onto the street as of 1972. [Chron]
Hayes Valley: Here’s a schedule of which food trucks will appear when next to Proxy in the next two months, on Wednesdays. [Local Addition]
Civic Center: Next Monday night’s prix fixe at Jardinière will be a tribute to the great M.F.K. Fisher, and will feature three courses with three pairings for $59, with $10 from each meal donated to Litquake. Reserve here. [Grub Street]

Mission: Jake Godby of Humphry Slocombe fame is doing a pop-up tonight at gay bar Truck (15th and Folsom) called Truck Stop Cafe, including duck-fat Chex mix! [NBC]
Embarcadero: Chef Russell Jackson continues with his FU Foie Gras dinners at Lafitte, with one this Thursday, March 15, and 6 p.m. Tickets start at $89 for the five-course menu, and there will be more monthly dinners prior to the July ban. More info here. [Grub Street]

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