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Let's Dish With Linda Lou

Sharing My Recipes, My Life, And The Food Tale Of Two Cities

Clove And Hoof

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Just across the bay, in Oakland, you can find a lot of really cool places to hang out with the locals and grab a bite to eat. The Clove And Hoof conveniently just steps away from the BART station located at 4001 Broadway, Oakland, CA. 94611. is one of many.

Melissa sent me these pictures after her visit to the Clove And Hoof.

A hip butcher shop displaying daily meats in a modern setting with café seating for bistro dishes.

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Clove And Hoof’s Philly Cheese and Poppy Seed Cole Slaw.

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If you’re visiting the Bay area and want to check out some local eateries, across the bay, in Oakland, or just want more information on the Clove And Hoof, visit their website at www.cloveandhoofoakland.com

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San Francisco’s Farmers’ Market

The Ferry Building

San Francisco's Farmers' Market

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The San Francisco’s Farmers’ Market is located right outside of the Ferry Building that borders the San Francisco Bay, AMAZING! I’ve never seen a market this massive. They had everything from fresh cut flowers, fruits, and vegetables, crafts, jewelry and more! Inside the Ferry Building, there are even more vendors. There are vendors offering artisanal products like loaves of bread, truffle mushrooms, and French pastries.

I can tell you one thing for sure when I go back to visit my daughter, I’m going to be doing a lot of shopping.

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Agave Uptown

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Located on 2135 Franklin St. Oakland, CA. 94612,website, www.agaveuptown.com. Agave Uptown is an Upscale Oaxacan-Californian cuisine offered in a chic cozy space with culturally inspired accents.

Melissa stopped in for chips and salsa paired with a tasty margarita. She sent me these pictures so I could share them with you. If you’re in the Bay Area and want to check out where the locals frequent, for great Mexican fare, this is a must stop.

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