Courtesy The Bold Italic/Odhran McLaughlin

Courtesy The Bold Italic/Odhran McLaughlin

A&E: SF around the Internet

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts, culture and food. Here's what's going around the Web on Tuesday.

Here are the best spots for an Irish breakfast in San Francisco. (The Bold Italic)

The “Revolving Doors” exhibit at San Francisco Camerawork sheds light on the housing crisis in The City. (Daily Californian)

Matt Abergel from Ronin and Yardbird Hong Kong will cook special dinners for two nights in April. (Inside Scoop SF)

Café Claude in the Marina has closed after being open for 18 months. (SF Eater)

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