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October 31, 2012 8:00 AM

The Jacobson aims for clever, creative

Given their natural woodsy flavor, I’m not sure why you would batter and fry oyster mushrooms like some otherwise bland bar food. But unpredictable experiments seem to be part of the aesthetic at the Jacobson in the Crossroads Arts District.

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