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Et Al

2255 Polk Street, 
San Francisco, 

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Amy Sherman


At first glance Et Al looks like a French tea room with fancy molding and a wine glass chandelier, but it drinks like an Italian wine snob. If there’s a cuter spot on Polk Street, we haven’t seen it. The food like white bean puree with truffle chips, Wagyu beef tartare, and lentil and shell bean cassoulet with duck confit comes from Boulette’s Larder and the wines are picked by the owner of the Italian wine shop Biondivino, just around the corner.

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