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2008_03_cc.jpgForbes Traveler has a nice little piece on the rise of offal in American restaurants, and of course, Incanto and Chris Cosentino—sorry, "West Coast innards king Chris Cosentino"—are featured prominently: "But perhaps America’s most adventurous nose-to-tail restaurant is San Francisco’s rustic-Italian Incanto. On offer are lamb’s necks, pig trotters and a five-course nose-to-tail tasting menu perhaps including venison kidneys and chocolate-blood panna cotta. For executive chef Chris Cosentino, it’s not about Fear Factor-style extreme eating. 'It’s about viable cuts of meat that we have thrown into the trashcan for years ... When it comes to food, we’re very wasteful.'" [Forbes]

Incanto

1550 Church Street, San Francisco, CA 94131

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