Coffee Buzz: Four Barrel on the Way to Western Addition, and Sightglass Logo Controversy

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The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene.

The Four Barrel coffee slated for Divisadero is making progress, and the beans may be brewing as early as June. Local Addition discovers the pending spot will also serve bakery treats from Josey Baker Bread; all the better -- visitors will be able to enjoy them at the recently approved parklet planned for out front.

That looks familiar: It appears skater-surf brand Volcom may have picked up inspiration for a new design alongside a coffee order. Eater SF reports a shirt from the Southern-California company looks exactly like the Sightglass logo, which was out for some time before the cotton t hit stores. The design company that created Sightglass' logo has now sent a cease and desist letter to Volcom, but, as of yet, hasn't heard back.

Schulzies Bread Pudding won't be serving sweet treats in its new S.F. location quite yet. While they had initially planned on opening before the end of the month, Grub Street notes the debut of their Hayes Valley store was been pushed back, but shares, via Hayswire, that they'll pop-up at Place Pigalle tomorrow from 6-9 p.m.

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