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Monday, February 15, 2010

Hear the DJs Who Inspired Papalote's Triple Threat Burrito at Throwdown Viewing Party

Posted By on Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 12:30 PM

Bay Area mixing gods Apollo, Vinroc, and Shortkut ― collectively known as the Triple Threat DJs ― are so good at what they do, they inspired the creation of a namesake burrito at Papalote. It's a bundle of delight that in turn inspired an episode of the television series Throwdown with Bobby Flay. The Flay program premieres tomorrow at 10 p.m. on Food Network, but get off the couch and onto the dance floor at Milk on Wednesday night to watch with a roomfull of new friends, reward your belly with burritos, and grab an earful of the turntable trickery of the Triple Threat DJs and other top local hip-hop jocks. Much better than commercials.

Meanwhile, there's even more to celebrate at Papalote ― the permanent addition of the Poleng burrito to the menu. Stuffed with chicken adobo and garlic fried rice, it had previously been available only on special "Mexi-Pino" occasions.

Event details:
Papalote Throwdown Viewing Party

Date: Weds., Feb. 17, 9 p.m.-1:45 a.m.
Location: Milk (1840 Haight at Stanyan)
Cost: Free
Reservations: RSVPs appreciated

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