Song 7.2 Is Back and Showing Off Its Clams

Speaking of DOH shutterings, Song 7.2 is back after a brief run-in with the Department. We were lured in last night by this sign made with actual clam shells! It was perhaps the only time we’ve been drawn into an eating establishment by its chalkboard (Ponty Bistro aside), but you can’t say no to 3-D. Surprisingly good: The huge portion of intestines, which are fried in homemade oil, garlic, and pepper, and served on a skillet. Though according to the server, who warned us against the dish no less than three times, most people take two bites and push it away.

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