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Melanie Wong | Feb 27, 200609:49 PM     1

Following up on questions about Sebo's opening and the menu, here's some information from an email sent to Michael Black's former customers. I've left out the PR talk.

". . .sebo is opening to the public Tuesday February 28th.

Our menu will be seasonally based, changing every few months to reflect the best of the season. Leaving winter and heading into spring we will be featuring (barring any more major storms) 2 selections of toro,
kohada, sawara, madai, shirauo, and house marinated saba. We'll also have a few surprises on hand for the more adventurous.

. .selection of sakes put together for us by Beau Timken of True Sake

. . an exclusive for sebo for the opening.
Shutendouji Oh-Oni "Big Demon" form Kyoto. This brewery only exports 10 cases of this each year."

sebo
five.one.seven hayes st.
san francisco, california

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