Eater Wire: New Menus; Celebrating Waffle Day; Farm Dinner

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GASLAMPBang Bang, home of the now-infamous Ryan Gosling bathroom, recently overhauled their food and drink menu just in time for the restaurant's first anniversary. There are new sushi rolls and hot plates that include lobster-basil dynamite and hamachi soba salad, plus cocktails like the hilariously named Crouching Phil Hidden Collins made with vodka, yellow chartreuse, sake, lemon, sugar, cucumber, cranberry bitters and soda. [EaterWire]

COLLEGE AREA— This Sunday, August 24 in honor of National Waffle Day, Bruxie will introduce a one-day-only special waffle; inspired by a banh mi sandwich, the waffle is filled with slices of roasted pork belly drizzled with spiced cola barbecue sauce, pickled vegetable and fresh cilantro. It's $11.95 and available starting at 10 a.m. on Sunday until they sell out. [EaterWire]

MARINA DISTRICT— Meanwhile at Cafe 222, chef/owner Terryl Gavre is celebrating Waffle Day on Sunday by offering $2.22 waffles for the first 2 hours and 22 minutes of business. The breakfast eatery opens at 7 a.m., so rise and shine early if you want to score one of their signature pumpkin or sweet cornbread waffles for less. [EaterWire]

CORONADOLoews Coronado Bay's Mistral has its Suzie's Farm dinner scheduled for August 24 from 6 to 9 p.m.. The $49 four course dinner has a menu that's truly informed by the season; chef de cuisine Adam Cho will create dishes inspired by his trip to the local farm that same morning. [EaterWire]

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