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Monday, November 30, 2009

Looks Like Frances is Opening Tomorrow in the Castro. Swear to God

Posted By on Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 5:04 PM

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The outgoing message isn't saying, and the Website looks as lifeless as your brother-in-law on the sofa after binging on tryptophan and white Zinfandel on Thanksgiving. But the Castro's long-awaited eatery Frances (3870 17th St. at Pond) is due to drop within hours -- OpenTable is taking rezzies starting with tomorrow night's dinner (an opening date confirmed at Urban Daddy, and Grub Street has the menu). And if tweets are to be believed, chef Melissa Perello presided over semisecret trial runs Saturday and Sunday.

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