The Edible Selby Arrives in S.F.; Spice Ace Opens in Pac Heights; and More

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Mission: Photographer Todd Selby is celebrating the release of his book The Edible Selby with a lunch event at Bar Tartine, Monday, October 22, featuring sandwiches from a few guest chefs including Mission Chinese's Danny Bowien. He's also appearing at special dinners Tuesday and Wednesday at Bar Jules and Camino. [SFoodie]
Lower Pacific Heights: Spice Ace, a new shop specializing in spices in pretty little jars, just opened at 1821 Steiner at Sutter. [New Fillmore via Tablehopper]
Downtown: Ghirardelli just opened a new downtown Ice Cream and Chocolate Shop at 2 New Montgomery. [Eater]
Elmwood/Berkeley: Long-lived Middle Eastern restaurant Holy Land (2965 College Avenue) has closed its second location and it's been replaced by Padi, an Indonesian restaurant. Holy Land's original location (677 Rand Avenue) remains open. [EBX]
West Oakland: Fun Korean-fusion spot FuseBox is now open for lunch on Saturdays. [EBX]