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Thursday, May 27, 2010

The Weird Beastie Boys Tribute at Weird Fish

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click to enlarge B-Boy Veganbaisse at Weird Fish ($12). - TAMARA PALMER
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  • B-Boy Veganbaisse at Weird Fish ($12).
"B-Boy Bouillabaisse," a Beastie Boys song from the 1989 album Paul's Boutique, has been created into an actual menu item at Weird Fish in the Mission. While it used to contain a seafood mix, the restaurant has recently removed all animal products from the dish (replacing the fish with mock salmon) and renamed it B-Boy Veganbaisse.

It's a fitting switch, considering that Beastie Boy Mike Diamond owns the vegan cafe Gorilla Food in Vancouver, Canada.

Weird Fish 2193 Mission (at 18th St.), 863-4744

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