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Where to buy french saucisson in Bay Area?

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There gotta be a french charcurie somewhere in the bay area but ir's not on yelp yet ...

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  1. Have you tried any of these?
    Fabrique Delices
    Fatted Calf
    La Bedaine
    Cafe Rouge

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    Cafe Rouge
    1782 Fourth St, Berkeley, CA 94710

    Fatted Calf
    644-C First Street, Napa, CA 94559

    Fabrique Delices
    1610 Delta Ct # 1, Hayward, CA

    La Bedaine
    1585 Solano Ave, Berkeley, CA 94706

    Fatted Calf
    320 Fell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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    1. re: Melanie Wong

      Please note that Fatted Calf is at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market on Saturdays and they have a great retail shop in Hayes Valley carrying all of their charcuterie:

      320 Fell Street
      San Francisco, CA, 94102
      Open Daily 10am to 8pm
      415.400.5614

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      Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
      One Ferry Building, 200 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA

      Fatted Calf
      320 Fell St, San Francisco, CA 94102

    2. Melanie mentioned it and Fabrique Delices is my go-to place for saucisson which I put into my yearly Cassoulet. Exceptional!

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      Fabrique Delices
      1610 Delta Ct # 1, Hayward, CA

      1. That Fabrique Délices address is their plant, no retail sales there. I don't think they're quite as good as the other three places, but they might be the only one that makes saucisson a l'ail. Here's their farmers' market schedule:

        http://www.fabriquedelices.com/shoppi...

        Note that Fatted Calf is no longer at the Berkeley Saturday farmers market.

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        1. re: Robert Lauriston

          That is the address of the plant in Hayward. However, FD used to sell out the back door to retail customers --- no longer?

          1. re: Melanie Wong

            They say they don't: http://www.fabriquedelices.com/shoppi...

            1. re: Robert Lauriston

              I've purchased the Fabrique Delices products at Golden Natural Foods in the Castro, but it was almost a year ago. It might be worth calling them, anyway,

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              Golden Natural Foods
              130 Church St, San Francisco, CA 94114

              Fabrique Delices
              1610 Delta Ct # 1, Hayward, CA

              1. re: Greyhoundgrrl

                FD does mail order. That's how I get mine as well as the tarbais beans and confit for cassoulet...

                1. re: CarrieWas218

                  FD sells at Marin Farmers Mkt. and Stonestown FM

                  1. re: saffrongold

                    Stonestown is not on their list. Marin they list Sunday but not Thursday.

                    http://www.fabriquedelices.com/shoppi...

                    1. re: Robert Lauriston

                      They are indeed in Marin on Thursday. I have also seen their products at the the Gourmet Corner in San Mateo, which might be another source for saucisson.

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                      The Gourmet Corner
                      873 N San Mateo Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401

                      1. re: TerriL

                        Gourmet Corner also has a variety of imported confits etc. Biggest selection of French stuff in the area.

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                        The Gourmet Corner
                        873 N San Mateo Drive, San Mateo, CA 94401

        2. Anybody seen Delice de France at East Bay markets other than Saturday at Grand Lake?

          Or other places to buy sausages appropriate for choucroute garnie besides La Bedaine?

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          La Bedaine
          1585 Solano Ave, Berkeley, CA 94706