Jordanian Wraps, Neo-Filipino Eats, and the Oysters Next Door: A Foodie Day Planner

Categories: Morning Buzz

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Let's do lunch:
A mere sandwich? Pass. SF Weekly food diva Meredith Brody says proceed directly to the Jordanian-style chicken Mosakhan (with onions, sumac, and pine nuts, rolled into a tortilla) at Good Frikin Chicken (10 29th St. at Mission, 970-2428).

Drink therapy:
Show up for happy hour drink specials and stay for Tim Luym's neo-Filipino and pan-Asian noshes at Poleng Lounge (1751 Fulton at Masonic, 441-1751), 4-6:30 p.m.

Feeling extra flush? You can always score apps and oysters from Foreign Cinema next door (till 9 p.m.). Otherwise, booze at happy-hour prices, László (2526 Mission at Market, 401-0810), 6-9 p.m.

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