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Gourmet & more - Great new speciality store - Hayes Valley SF.

sparky403 | Nov 13, 201112:37 PM     30

I just stopped by this 1 week old spot in San Francisco - it's foodie Paradise!

Not the mecca of food porn like the ferry building but pretty close for a small space (the parking is better too). The selection of cheese, sauage, bread, Foie Gras, procuitto, duck, mustard olive oil etc... was very impressive. The costs seemed very reasonable as well.

I could not find a website for them as they're so new, but the address is 141 Gough st.(btwn Page & Oak) in hayes valley - just a few doors up from Chow. A very easy walk from easy block and half walk from The Fatted Calf in Hayes Valley.

Stop by support them (very nice folks as well).

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Fatted Calf
320 Fell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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