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Cafe Rouge Menu Changes

Morton the Mousse | Apr 27, 200612:25 AM     5

I was happy to see that Cafe Rouge has added a "from the wood grill" section to their dinner menu including a house made sausage with beans and greens for $10. The sausage today was a Boudin Vert (a chicken, cream and parsley link) and it was delicious - Rouge really knows how to make a good sausage. Along with their spot on hamburger (rare, grilled onions and cheddar, no top bun) and a glass of Mt Tam it made for a tasty, satisfying dinner for two for under $30 before tip. I hope this menu change is permanent.
They're also offering $1 oysters on Wednesday.

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