Last minute alert from ZagatWire:
Tonight, February 3: Tablespoon hosts "B.Y.O.W." Night (Bring Your Own Wine), a monthly wine and dine social where guests are invited to bring their own bottle of wine at no corkage fee to share and enjoy with pizzas, salads and other small bites amid a casual atmosphere of communal-style dining.
Tablespoon is the reincarnation of Spoon, a local Polk Street favorite for years. They've just remodeled and slightly retooled their menu (review coming soon). This sounds like fun, and it happens to be just a couple of doors down from William Cross Wine Merchants, so if you find yourself without a bottle you want to share, drop by there.
For more information contact Tablespoon:
2209 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94109
Cross Street: Vallejo Street
Phone: (415) 268-0140
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