Local Winemaker Lands on The Bachelorette; Will Subway Café Still Smell Like Fresh Bread?

• A Sonoma winemaker will be among the cast of this season's The Bachelorette. [Scoop]

• Due to the Twitter tax break, a large building at the corner of Sixth and Market has gone on the market, which could mean something more than Donut World could be in the cards at its base. [Biz Times]

• Ever wonder where S.F. restaurants make the most money in menu pricing? It's definitely not on the ribeye steaks or the vegetable pasta. [Chron]

• The shark fin ban has passed in the Assembly and is moving on to the State Senate. [AP]

• Subway is trying to get all fancy, launching the upscale Subway Café. But will the stores still have that distinctive baked-bread smell? [NRN]

• The USDA is trying to encourage the use of numerical ear tags rather than brands for identifying cattle. Ranchers, naturally, are resisting the change, because they wouldn't be the independent cowboy types if they didn't. [WSJ]

• What is it with people behaving badly in restaurants these days? A Georgia politician is accused of dumping food, water and coffee on another pol at a Waffle House. [Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

• Honk if you're hungry: In Uganda, protesters were doing just that as demonstrators in Kampala made noise last night over high food prices. [NASDAQ]