Alibi V.16 No.15 • April 12-18, 2007 

Hip Hops

Anchor’s Old Potrero

Old-world spirit

We thought we had the old American mash down: Jack for long nights; Beam for cheap ones; Maker’s Mark for show-off ones; and Knob Creek for those rare instances when we’re not broke or already drunk.

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Tasteful Reads

Fish Wrap

New food magazines, chopped into bite-sized pieces for nibbling

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A slice of Texas in the ol’ Burque.
Tina Larkin

Restaurant Review

Spinn’s Burger & Beer

They spinn-ed me right ’round

I’ve vowed never to get fooled again by booze with a “Southwestern” angle. Case in point: I bought a bottle of DeKuyper’s “Cactus Juice” margarita schnapps a few years ago and poured myself a cheap plastic glassful. Despite the ice and several hours worth of chilling time it received, the liquor inside the cowgirl-festooned bottle tasted like I had just brushed my teeth then taken a bite of a lime, rind and all.

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Quel génie!

Wine and French Night

Casual French study, wine, cheese, culture, song and conversation with Maryse Lapierre.
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Keep the Holiday Indulgence Going

Barrel Aged Beer and Cheese

Four barrel aged beers from Marble paired with four gourmet kinds of cheese, hand-picked by Whole Foods.
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