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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Double Play Adds Dinner

Posted By on Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 10:00 AM

click to enlarge ALEX HOCHMAN
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Just in time for the Giants playoff run, the 101-year-old Double Play

Bar & Grill has added dinner service. Wednesday through Friday

nights, diners can sample a small selection of Chef Rafael Hernandez's

rib-sticking specialties.

Wednesday's menu features chicken parmigiana, a

lamb shank, or grilled salmon. Thursday's line-up is short ribs, prime

rib, and red snapper. And Friday's options consist of osso bucco,

chicken marsala, tilapia, and roast leg of lamb. All dinners come with a

choice of soup or a house salad and will run you $14 to $18. If you're

more in the mood for a few snacks along with your Anchor Steam,

Hernandez is serving up fried calamari ($7.99), chicken wings ($6.99)

and garlic fries ($5.99).

With its walls covered with Giants and Seals

regalia, multiple hi-def flat screens, and Willie Mays a rumored

regular, we couldn't think of a better place to cheer on the orange and

black. That is if you can't score a ticket.

Double Play Bar & Grill 2401 16th St. (at Bryant), 621-9859.

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