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Zach Georgopoulos | Sep 21, 200102:21 AM     14

A couple of years ago, I spent my summer vacation at home in SF, and cruising up and down the coast looking for good barbecue, oysters and Hangtown Fry (I don't know why, I just had a hankering for it). The only Fry I could find in SF was at Taddich Grill (good). The other places outside SF were a cafe at Point Reyes Station (better) and a place in Placerville itself (best). One would think there would be more than one place serving Fry in "Hangtown" itself, but this was not the case at the time. Has anyone found it anywhere else in SF or the Bay Area other than Taddich? I've got that hankering again...

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