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The croquetas get served with vinegary tiger sauce for dipping.
The cole slaw and Cuban sandwich needed more pizzazz, and the overly vinegary Carolina gold sauce and potato salad a bit less.
Many of them simply don’t use enough fruit, resulting in a beer that merely tastes fruitlike, instead of like the actual fruit, or the vinegary sourness overshadows the other ingredients.
The buns were developed by Chad Robertson, the bakery wizard at Tartine, a popular spot in San Francisco, and the $2 sides are items like a vinegary coleslaw or hot flatbread — no mayo in the dressing and no French fries.
With the exception of the roasted beets, which were wizened and insipid, the interplay of textures and tastes — nutty crunch, sour yogurt, sweet and vinegary beets — was marvelous.
But within a couple of hours, the vinegary pennies should be speckled with green, just like the Statue of Liberty.
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