S.F. Buzz: Four Barrel Buys De La Paz, Diesel Closing, & More!

While your minds may be preoccupied with thoughts of chicken wings and other game-day noms (because let’s be honest here, that’s what really matters) we’re here to school you on other noteable tidbits beyond the Super Bowl. Yes, we’ve rounded up the hottest S.F. headlines from the last five days. There's some juicy stuff here — have at it!
Definitely some scoop on the artisanal coffee front — the owners of Four Barrel bought SoMa roastery De La Paz and plan on opening a new cafe geared more toward packed-with-body, sweeter bean blends. (Eater SF)
Looks like most of the nation is rooting for our home team! In a recent Facebook study, it shows a bulk of the U.S. is totally team 49ers. (Slate)
Saison's new SoMa locale is finally open and Grub Street has a nice shiny slideshow of its new digs. (Grub Street SF)
Uh oh, it may be the end of road for the Castro’s Diesel shop. Rumor has it a new Apple store may fill the palatial space. (SFist)
Apparently, Bill Cosby is quite the fan of Nopa. Who knew? He was spotted noshing there last weekend. (Tablehopper)
The secret is out — The New York Times has gotten wind of tasty East Bay joint Ramen Shop. (The New York Times)
S.F.-based ride-sharing service Lyft is high-tailing it south. The pink moustache-embellished vehicles will now be popping up around Santa Monica. (Lyft)
Photo: Via The New York Times/Aya Brackett

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