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Beer Revolution Opens in Oakland; Fresno Tops List of Drunkest Cities

• Beer Revolution opens today on 3rd Street and Broadway in Oakland. [Bottoms Up]

Saul’s in Berkeley is holding a ‘Referendum on the Jewish Deli’ in order to discuss how to make their offerings more sustainable and slow-foody without having the prices go through the roof. [SFoodie]

• Fresno and Reno top USA Today’s list of America’s Drunkest Cities, and inexplicably SF comes in at 86th. We *must* step up our game next year, guys. [USA Today via Intel]

• Michael at Bay Area Bites tells the story of a Cambazola quesadilla that made him cry. [Bay Area Bites]

• As El Bulli prepares to take a hiatus, chefs worldwide are still sharply divided on their opinions on molecular gastronomy. [WSJ]

• After forty years of complaints that its ketchup packets are too tough to open, Heinz is launching a redesigned packet modeled after ketchup bottles. [NYDN]

• Controversy erupted at the NBC cafeteria yesterday when, in honor of Black History Month, it served a special of fried chicken, collard greens, and cornbread. [Questlove/Twitter via Intel]

Beer Revolution Opens in Oakland; Fresno Tops List of Drunkest Cities