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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Can Tomorrow's Pie Friday Make Up for the Rite Spot's Terminal Case of Ugly?

Posted By on Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 2:00 PM

click to enlarge Is all that fugliness scaring business away? - PIEFRIDAYS.BLOGSPOT.COM
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  • Is all that fugliness scaring business away?
Sunde ― a.k.a. the Pie Lady ― sounds pissed. The bartender at Rite Spot Café (2099 Folsom at 17th St.) recently blogged about the graffiti ― uh, murals ― Jose, the owner of the Mission bar paid an artist to cover the outside walls and windows with. But apparently, the tag art makes the place look boarded up. No one's showing. So the Pie Lady, who's been organizing Pie Fridays at the Rite Spot since September, is feeling an extra sense of urgency to get people to show up for booze. And pie. The next Pie Friday is tomorrow.

click to enlarge Sunde's date pie. - PIEFRIDAYS.BLOGSPOT.COM
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  • Sunde's date pie.
Sunde makes the pies herself ― you can find recipes at her blog. Last month's flavors included dark chocolate pumpkin, super-duper lemon, apple crumble, and date. Happy hour runs from 2-7 p.m. tomorrow, with $2.50 pints and $3 well drinks or house wine. Show up and help a pie lady out!

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