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Great roasted marrow bones at Bar Tartine

Malik | Sep 8, 200609:00 AM     3

I kept forgetting to post about it, but I had a good meal at Bar Tartine last month. All the dishes we ordered were pretty good, but by far the star of the meal were the roasted marrow bones. Two good sized bones, perfectly cooked, served plain with parsley salt, toasts and some greens. I could have had two orders of it by myself, and was lucky that my dining companion was not a marrow fan. Hurry over there before they have yet another chef change!

Are there any other restaurants in SF that serve roasted marrow bones? I never got to try them at 42 Degrees before they closed. I noticed recently that they're on the new menu at Grand Cafe, though I'm not particularly fond of marrow accompanied by sweet sauces:
http://www.grandcafe-sf.com/grdmenu/d...

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