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Reader: Hello, Block & Larder — Jeremiah Tower Called From 1985!

Gretchen Kurtz recently reviewed Block & Larder, a four-month old spot in the Berkeley neighborhood brought to us by the Forgy brothers, who are also behind Freshcraft in LoDo. But is there another influence in the kitchen? Suggests Jeff:

Jeremiah Tower called from 1985. He wants his Jackson Pollock squeeze-bottle sauced plating back.

Have you been to Block & Larder? What do you think of the food? The plating? Here's another look:

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