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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Rice Cracker Rocks The Disco Sushi

Posted By on Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 3:05 PM

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Disco Sushi

Where: Truck, 1900 Folsom (at 15th St.), 252-0306

When: Wed., Nov. 7, 6-11 p.m.

Cost: Menu items available à la carte (under $10)

The rundown: Rice Cracker Sushi has been bringing its creatively Americanized rolls to San Francisco bars, a cruising circuit that includes such diverse watering holes as Dear Mom, Vinyl Wine Bar, and Truck. The latter is a club that skews gay, an apt place to pair these creations with the sensual pound of true underground disco music (rather than hackneyed hits) from DJ Sergio of local sweatfest Go Bang!

See Also:

- Pop-Up Planner: The Best Temporary Restaurant Events, Oct. 29-Nov. 11

- Lost in the Night: Go Bang! Proves Disco Is Still Kicking

Expect roll fillings that are anything but conventional, with Buffalo chicken, hard-shell taco, spicy Thai, and country fried 'shroom varieties planned for this night.

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