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Friday, December 2, 2011

Sandwich Trailers, Beer Restaurants, and Berkeley Bowl: This Week in Food Bloggery

Posted By on Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 4:50 PM

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Highlights from the blog this week:

1. Laura Beck lays out a few strategies for surviving a trip to the Berkeley Bowl. It involves caffeine, bicycle helmets, and not being afraid to tackle women four times your age. Note: She does not guarantee that your groceries will be intact by the time you exit.

2. Marla Simon scouts out Hil's Cooking Mobile Trailer, a new sandwich truck in a silver capsule-shaped Airstream from a woman who's been appearing at Oakland's First Fridays.

3. SFoodie lists its five favorite restaurants for beer geeks -- restaurants where the food and the booze are equal, and sometimes complimentary, draws. Naturally, a few of the city's beer geeks have taken offense. Feel free to join the fray in the comments.

4. SFoodie coffee correspondent Noah Sanders reports that De La Paz's cocktail-bar-like cafe is scheduled to open in February -- but the owners are doing test runs every Friday, serving a limited menu of drinks and sampling the week's freshest single-origin coffees.

5. Lou Bustamante gives a comprehensive preview of Mosto, the new tequila bar connected to the second Tacolicious outpost in the Mission. Palomas, margaritas, sotol ... we'd drink that.

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