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Music, Bouncer

Flowers in the Attic

One can't help but feel a bit melancholy when one's guinea pig dies. I buried him in the front yard under the fig. Not exactly his favorite spot, but then again I don't live on an alfalfa farm. After I…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Microbrew

White Hawk IPA isn't for wimps. Its bracingly bitter flavor and puckery finish take India Pale Ale to a new level of intensity, and aficionados of Asahi, Corona, and their pallid ilk should keep their distance. This variety of suds…
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Music, Hear This Hear This

Hear This

A proud byproduct of "Eastbaynian" culture, the Lemon Lime Lights fuse the hybrid traditions of freak-scene stars past (Charming Hostess) and present (Mark Growden) with the legacy of Gilman Street. Absent razor-edged guitars, the multigendered septet pits genteel instruments --…
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Calendar, Night&Day

Pie in the Sky

Fireworks, schmireworks: For those who want something more than just lights dancing before their eyes on the Fourth, the El Rio bar provides an engaging alternative. The deep Mission's favorite dive (no Corona -- Dos Equis only) hosts a popular…
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Dining, Eat

Blame It on the Bossa Nova

Cafe do Brasil 1106 Market (at Seventh Street), 626-6430. Open daily 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Rodizio barbecue/buffet Thursday and Friday 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday noon to 9:30 p.m. Wheelchair accessible. Street parking is difficult during the…
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Dining, Eat

Globetrotting Southwest

"It sure doesn't look like a Mexican restaurant." "It's not Mexican -- it's Southwest." "You mean New Mexico." "Sort of, but I think it's kind of inter-national, you know, Thai and Italian influences, too. The owner's from L.A." "Oh." When…
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