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Bauer's nostalgia train pulls in at North Beach's Capp's Corner this week, which has been doing its thing since 1963. It's the place to go for "no nonsense Italian-American fare, with portions you might find in a boarding house or truck stop," served with minestrone and salad for under $20. Just don't get the veal milanese, with a "commercially breaded and pre-frozen patty"—stick to the petrale sole or lamb, and skip the "fine" pasta and veggies alongside. [Inside Scoop]

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