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Now that brunch is apparently over, let's look to supper for the big Sunday meal (and maybe the upcoming week won't be so terrible).

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Sunday nights are the WORST. The fun is over, Monday is lurking around the corner and the excesses of the weekend are catching up. Scrape yourself together and find a Sunday supper around town to ease into the week.

JACK LONDON SQUARE- Crab season is officially OPEN. Head over to Jack's Oyster Bar and Fish House in Jack London Square for a three-course seafood dinner. The weekly suppers start November 9, just in time for some Dungeness crab louie, sautéed sand dabs and SOFT SERVE ice cream. Every week will be different, so if you're into crab you better get crackin'. 336 Water St., Oakland

COW HOLLOW- Starting November 16, the Caribbean-influenced Palm House will be serving Sunday Family Meal, a prixe fixe affair for two or more people. For $24 you can feast on the first menu that will include chilled or steamed Dungeness crab, gumbo, cheddar biscuits and more. 2032 Union St.

JACKSON SQUARE- Cotogna has long had one of the coziest Sunday suppers in town. And since Daylight Savings time is over, you'll need something hearty and comforting to counteract your SADD. Stop by every Sunday evening for a different, homey four-course menu. This Sunday, November 9 offers ribollita, potato-filled pasta, beef stew and a persimmon torta di ricotta. The answer is yes. 490 Pacific Ave.

LAKESHORE GRAND- Charlie Hallowell's monthly fundraiser Sunday Supper project brings together some of the East Bay's finest for a good cause (and a good dinner). November 16th is your next opportunity to join the fun at Penrose. Tickets are $100 for a multi-course prix-fixe to support the Creative Growth Art Center. 3311 Grand Ave., Oakland

Penrose

3311 Grand Ave., Oakland, CA 94610 (510) 444-1649 Visit Website

Cotogna

490 Pacific Avenue, , CA 94133 (415) 775-8508 Visit Website

Palm House

2032 Union Street, , CA 94123 (415) 400-4355 Visit Website

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