Linking Back to Reality


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Falling in love with a certain dish at The Linkery is now a whole lot easier. After years of daily menu changes, proprietor Jay Porter recently committed to a slightly more standardized menu and a mini-remodel of his North Park restaurant. Most items are priced less than $20, and crowd favorites — like this bacon-wrapped octopus and baked goat cheese crostini — will be available consistently according to season. Visit thelinkery.com to see the complete new menu, including information on the local growers, farmers and ranchers working with Porter to supply their products more regularly. thelinkery.com.          

— E.C.S

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