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Hit the Brix!

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The Master family is on the move, as outlined here.

But before all the changes hit Mel's, there's a goodbye party for Brix, the restaurant that Charlie Master opened five years ago at 3000 East Third Avenue. The party isn't at Brix, though, since Charlie has been out of that for a while and the venue is changing owners and concepts (again). Instead, the party is at Tambien, at 250 Steele Street, starting at 8 p.m. on Monday, June 23.-- Jason Sheehan

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