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Good news for fans of downtown Oakland restaurant Anula's Cafe: they're back in the meat business. After a health inspector ruled Anula's couldn't serve meat because their kitchen was too small, owner Anula Edirisinche said she might have to close the restaurant because she couldn't afford commercial kitchen space. Happily, Edirisinche has found an affordable spot a block away, and the Tuesday jerk chicken special has returned (though prices have gone up by $1 to pay the new space's rent). [EBX]

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