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Down the Peninsula, Patricia Unterman encounters the "oddest conglomeration of food and drink" she's had in 35 years of restaurant work in her trip to The Refuge: "French wines, Belgian ales and pastrami sandwiches — the most voluptuous, velvety, meltingly tender, luscious pastrami I've ever tasted — all share top billing ... The two chefs must have fantasized together about all the things guys love because every one of them appears on The Refuge's one-page menu — pastrami, burgers, cheesesteaks, 'charcuterie,' a few token salads and chicken noodle soup." [SFE]

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