Photo: John Storey/Special to The Chronicle Image 1of/18 CaptionClose Image 1 of 18 Looking for a great hamburger? Check out this one at Limewood at the Claremont in Berkeley Looking for a great hamburger? Check out this one at Limewood at the Claremont in Berkeley Photo: John Storey/Special to The Chronicle Image 2 of 18 Muscle chowder Muscle chowder Photo: John Storey/Special to The Chronicle Image 3 of 18 A pristine Little Gems salad. A pristine Little Gems salad. Photo: John Storey/Special to The Chronicle Image 4 of 18 Fried oysters on creamed kale and bacon. Fried oysters on creamed kale and bacon. Photo: John Storey/Special to The Chronicle Image
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