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Top 5 Late Lunches


by Christian Garvin • Harry’s Plaza Café: The food is simple but stable. Order one of the generous cocktails and you’ll be there ’til dinner time. 3313 State St., 687-2800.

• Brophy Brothers: You too can pretend to be an out-of-work fisherman! 119 Harbor Way, 966-4418.

• In-N-Out: A bit like Vegas, in that it’s hard to tell what time it is. The place is always cranking out burgers; just don’t opt for the drive-thru. 4865 Calle Real.

• Pascucci: Just try as hard as you can to go back to work after the food coma sets in. 729 State St., 963-8123.

• The Doghouse: You don’t even have to get out of the car. Call ahead and Tony will meet you on the street with a Pushcart Dog and a milkshake. 730 N. Milpas St., 962-3808.

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