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Dollar oysters at Sotto Mare [San Francisco]

little big al | Mar 16, 200708:53 PM     20

Last night on my way to class I saw this joint had opened in half of New Pisa's old space on Green St. (off Grant,by the way did you know that Green St. was named after a guy who wasn't really named Green?) This afternoon, after a rough day at the loft, D.J. & I went in for a treat. Oysters (Tomales bay) and cherry-stone-like clams (ditto) a buck apiece. Exactly what they should cost I figger.Limited beer selection and some wines by the glass. Had a taste of excellent N.E.clam chowder,the real fritz,practically chowdah. Wicked. Owner Chi-Chi (?) former last owner of Maye's plans to have retail fish also. A boon to the neighborhood if it's true. Clams and oysters sweet and good and we'll be back and we'd stay longer if the bar had a rail and better beer.

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