Photo by Ramon Burgos y Ruiz

It is 7:00 a.m. and 51° and clear. Today is going to be a bit cooler, with a high of 65° at 2:00 pm, and sunshine all day. Details for the next ten days are here.

In this ever-changing city, we are about to lose another local institution.  As his 1000th review draws near, Burrito Eater’s quest to review all the tortilla-enclosed food in the city is coming to an end.  After ten years of two-a-week burrito consumption, the website will no longer be updated.  But take heart, the site and smartphone app will stay online, so if you’re feeling hungry, check out the list of best burritos in San Francisco(topping the charts in the Mission, the very excellent Espiga de Oro, and Papalote).

In other restaurant news, a former employee has filed suit against Mission Eatery, alleging sexual harassment, and wrongful termination.  In addition to claims relating to a range of workplace violations (including taking server’s tips), the complaint states that the server was fired days after reporting the harassment to Yaron Milgron, Mission Eatery’s owner.  The full complaint can be viewed here

It’s been a good weekend for comedy, and there’s no reason to stop for Monday’s sake.  If you want a show almost guaranteed to make you laugh and feel deeply uncomfortable in equal parts, then head to the Chapel tomorrow night for a live rendition of “The Eric Andre Show”.  Andre and co-host Hannibal Buress are touring their parody of a low-budget public access talk show show (which traditionally starts with Andre destroying his own set and scenery) around the country, and likely leaving crowds both perplexed and entertained in their wake. The show is at the Chapel November 11th at 8:00pm, tickets are $12-14

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