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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Corned Beef Worthy of a Saint: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner

Posted By on Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 7:11 AM

click to enlarge Where house-corned beef meets bouse-made mustard. - LUIS C./YELP
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  • Where house-corned beef meets bouse-made mustard.
Weds., March 17, 2010

Pinch us: Pal's Jeff Mason called us last week to let us know that his partner, sandwich master David Knopp, was planning something drop-dead Irish for today, the day guys bust out shirts in shades of green so ugly you wonder how they ever got made. Knopp has been corning briskets of American Kobe beef ― slices of it will land on Acme rye, together with braised cabbage and house-made Guinness mustard. And just think: If you get globs of Guinness mustard or beef juices on that ancient Gap buttondown in some particularly heinous apple-green stripe, chances are nobody'll notice.

Pal's Takeaway Inside Tony's Market, 2751 24th St. (at Hampshire), 203-4911

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