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 Post subject: Millennium's final Southern Comfort dinner in San Francisco
PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:02 pm 
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I've never made it in all these years to Millennium's annual Southern Comfort dinner, so I finally did it this year, as it will be my last chance at their San Francisco location! My friend joined me at the last minute and we had a great time. Thankfully we got seated in the spare room in the back, which has better lighting and I was able to take better pics of the food! Enjoy!

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Breads (my fave was the potato roll, because two of them looked like a little butt. Also, the chive butter was INSANE):

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Fried green tomatoes, fava bean sopes, and tot poutine:

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DRAAAANKS! Not pictured, the 'sassy pants' jelly shot which was a mixture of bourbon, sarsaparilla, and root beer. Here's my friend's 'Steve's "wanna meet that dad" BBQ negroni' (LOLed so hard at that drink name, it sounds like a song from Tim and Eric- "wanna meet that dad!")

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and my 'Santa Rosa Steph's "Out of Prison" Tepachelada (I don't even know, but it was great):

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Here's our fancy salad:

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A crappy shot of my friend's nori catfish po'boy:

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A better shot of my BBQ glazed tempeh sans peanut relish:

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Dessert!!! An ice cream sandwich with a topping bar!

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:09 pm 
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Wow. That looks amazing!

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 Post subject: Re: Millennium's final Southern Comfort dinner in San Franci
PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 1:12 pm 
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That all looks incredible. Hell, I'd go just for the bread and the drinks.

I'm so sad these awesome vegan places keep closing before I can go there (Madeleine Bistro, Cinnamon Snail, and Horizons too!). Hopefully they open a new place.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:00 pm 
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Amy wrote:
That all looks incredible. Hell, I'd go just for the bread and the drinks.

I'm so sad these awesome vegan places keep closing before I can go there (Madeleine Bistro, Cinnamon Snail, and Horizons too!). Hopefully they open a new place.


Yes! They already have a location worked out in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland. So it's not really a sad thing for my friend or I since we're both East Bay-ers, ourselves. Plus pretty much anywhere is a step up from the Tenderloin.

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I'm still crying over not making it to the Cinnamon Snail. I was so close -- so so close. All of these photos look amazing and I really hope I get a chance to visit NoCal soon and try the new location.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:35 pm 
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Erika Soyf*cker wrote:
Amy wrote:
That all looks incredible. Hell, I'd go just for the bread and the drinks.

I'm so sad these awesome vegan places keep closing before I can go there (Madeleine Bistro, Cinnamon Snail, and Horizons too!). Hopefully they open a new place.


Yes! They already have a location worked out in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland. So it's not really a sad thing for my friend or I since we're both East Bay-ers, ourselves. Plus pretty much anywhere is a step up from the Tenderloin.


Oh good! And I now see that it says they're moving right on the menu, ha. Well whenever I make it back to the area, I will find them.

I'm still crossing my fingers for Cinnamon Snail, bcakes.


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 Post subject: Re: Millennium's final Southern Comfort dinner in San Franci
PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 5:29 pm 
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Cheerwine! I can't believe they made BBQ sauce out of Cheerwine!

Wow, it all looks so good. Thanks for the course-by-course tour of your dinner!


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 25, 2015 3:28 am 
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that looks amaaaazing.

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 Post subject: Re: Millennium's final Southern Comfort dinner in San Franci
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Wow! What a wonderfully creative and fun menu. I want it alllllll!

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