See sfbb.com for more.
See sfbb.com for more.
Drink a few brewskies while you shop for brewskies? Cross your fingers. Capp Street Crap reports:
Known for its array of fancy liquor, the tiny market is pursuing a beer and wine license which, if approved, would allow them to start serving in the store.
Although letters have been sent to neighbors and a California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control already hangs in the store’s front window, owner Paul Miller wrote in an email that the process could still take months – if they get the approval at all.
We stopped by for a pint last night and it was pretty cool. A rare twist on one of the most classic (and consistent) tastes in SF (and the world).
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Those exact circumstances might be hard to duplicate — but you can definitely pick up Lo-Fi Aperitifs products at Royal Cuckoo Market on 19th Street, just a couple blocks from the park, which gets you about halfway there. Here’s what the bottle looks like:
And here’s a closeup of the label, which gives you a nice hint of what to expect:
And all those ingredients are local! Read all about it, and Lo-Fi Aperitifs’ other fine products, here.
Note also that this stuff goes really good in cocktails, like this one my pal Jess had:
Now please enjoy all these previous Drinks of the Weeks…
Here’s Namu Gaji‘s official announcement:
We will be launching the Crokune for a limited time at Namu Gaji with our new chicken skewer focused Yakitori Tuesdays!
What’s a crokune? Crispy, buttery everything croissant from Neighbor Bakehouse stuffed with soft and rich tsukune meatballs that have been caramelized by the kiss of binchotan charcoal and finished with beet mayo and an umami-rich tare glaze. MissionMission.org calls it the best sandwich in SF right now.
The crokune will be amongst a number of specialty items available from the Pink Zebra himself Chef Jesse Koide in collaboration with Chef Dennis Lee.
Expect a rotating seasonal selection of skewers ($4 – $5.75) in addition to the crokune ($9.50), including:
- aged hen + scallion
- chicken tsukune
- crispy chicken skin skewers
- spicy chicken hearts
- boneless wing
- chicken thigh
- seasonal vegetables from the namu farm
Read our original review of the Crokune here — and then c u tonight!Q!!!!