Tucking In with Granny, Broadway Dreams, and Mystery Wine: A Foodie Day Planner

Categories: Morning Buzz

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Let's do lunch:
Okay, so maybe you didn't have a quirky English granny who crammed her cottage with gilt-edged bric-a-brac. Experience the next best thing, says SF Weekly food critic Meredith Brody, by tucking into the shepherd's pie at Lovejoy's Tea Room (1351 Church at Clipper, 648-5895).

Drink therapy:
Five hundred twenty-five thousand
six hundred m-i-i-i-nutes -- live out your Rent fantasies, girl, while getting hammered on a boho budget: Cop happy-hour drink specials at The Mint Karaoke Lounge (1942 Market at Duboce, 626-4726).

It's Thursday, final night of the week for Recession Selections: two wines for $6 a glass, or $27 for the bottle. Which wines? You never know until they show up -- kind of like the label-less cans at the Grocery Outlet, and just as much of a bargain. Bin 38 (3232 Scott at Lombard, 567-3838).

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