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Friday, June 26, 2009

Good Food and Beats at Triple Crown's Happiest Hours

Posted By on Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 10:00 AM

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Triple Crown (1760 Market at Octavia), which was awarded Best New Club in the most recent edition of our Best of SF issue, offers some tasty snack and drink specials during what it calls its Happiest Hours. While the drinks and the music lineups vary daily (Fridays: $2 pints and the chilled grooves of DJ Darren D), the menu is buy one, get one half off on weekdays, 5:30-9:30 p.m.

SFoodie slid into a comfy seat there last Friday to enjoy some relaxing rhythms, suck down Stellas, and munch on plates of pleasingly crisp fries with spicy aioli and fresh mozzarella simply dressed with mint, basil, sea salt, and olive oil (both $7 before discount). Other menu items might include thin-crust pizzas with toppings like butternut squash and bacon or truffled mushroom ($10), veggie or slow-roasted pork tacos ($8-$9), or the hearty namesake burger ($12).

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