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Monday, June 22, 2009

Queer Food Capital: The Top Five Gayest Nibbles and Sips in S.F.

Posted By on Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 1:00 PM

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You might work up a fierce appetite during this weekend's Pride festivities -- for food, you naughty thing -- and it's completely possible to keep in the spirit and sample some of the gayest nibbles and sips in San Francisco.

Here are five of our faves, which all happen to be within short walking distance of each other. There's a pretty fun foodventure trail in the making here. Especially if you like to start with your (anatomically correct) dessert first.

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LiLy D via Yelp
Penis & Venus cookies at Castro's Hot Cookie.
1. Penis & Venus cookies (chocolate covered macaroons) at Hot Cookie (407 Castro at Market)

2. The Tranny Chaser (champagne and white peach puree) at QBar (456 Castro at 18th St.)

3. Bloody Maria Montez (Jose Cuervo and chipotle) at Harvey's (500 Castro at 18th St.)

4. Lesbionic maki (white tuna rolled in tempura rice noodle over spinach) at Crazy Sushi (3232 16th St. at Guerrero)

5. Sexy Boy sandwich (thinly sliced ribeye steak and mozzarella sticks) at Ike's Place (3506 16th St. at Sanchez)


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