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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Goodbye, Jackies: Wise Sons Pop-Up Jewish Deli Moves to Heart

Posted By on Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 12:19 PM

Wise guys: Evan Bloom, left, and Leo Beckerman. - MEGAN ROSE MARTIN
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  • Wise guys: Evan Bloom, left, and Leo Beckerman.

We've got word of some big popup news you can use: Wise Sons Jewish delicatessen is moving locations, effective immediately. Don't worry, it's just from the Mission to the Mission. Wise Sons' old locale, Jackie's, has new owners who want to keep their own business going on Saturdays, so the two wise sons had to hit the road. Luckily, Heart Wine Bar had the heart (har!) to welcome them.

As Wise Sons' Leo Beckerman told us, "Heart can seat a lot more people and is a completely different setup. We're excited for people to sit at the bar or at the communal tables." Yeah, that sounds pretty good -- eating and drinking at the same time is usually awesome.

They're still Saturdays only, but hours are changing to 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. They'll also have a pared-down menu that focuses on sandwiches, particularly pastrami. They hope to find a permanent space, but will find a home in Heart until then.

Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen at Heart: 1270 Valencia (at 24th St.), 285-1200. Saturdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Laura Beck is a founding editor of Vegansaurus! and tweets at mrpenguino. Follow SFoodie on Twitter: @SFoodie, and like us on Facebook.

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