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Go to Court, then to the Crockery Cafe

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Go to Court, then to the Crockery Cafe

elise h | Apr 10, 2004 08:56 PM

The next time you are called for jury duty in San Francisco,instead of dreading the forlorn Hall of Justice and County Jail neighborhood, think of the positives: 1. if you were on trial, you'd want reasonable people like yourself as jurors 2. FRESH turkey sandwiches at the Crockery Cafe.

Crockery Cafe bakes a turkey daily at 6 a.m. That turkey becomes the star of sandwiches beginning at 11 a.m. Their turkey sandwich comes with cranberry sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickle, mayo, and a huge portion of turkey. This is the best turkey sandwich I've had.

Crockery Cafe is open from 6 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, though remember that the turkey sandwiches don't start until 11 a.m. You can eat in the cafe, as well as take out, and park in one of the 8 parking spaces. The cost of this sandwich is $4.99. Crockery Cafe offers other sandwich types as well - tuna, salami, roast beef and vegetarian.

The jury finds particle board like pressed turkey meat guilty of offending chowhound sensibilities.

Crockery Cafe
1 Division Street
San Francisco
415 861 3805

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