Dishing: Cowboy Burger, Gilley?s Saloon, Dance Hall and Bar-b-que

What?s that saying? Save a horse, eat a cowboy? That can?t be right. The burger at Gilley?s will set you straight, though, with an 8-ounce patty that?s topped with pulled pork made in-house and jalape?o jack cheese. Crispy onions add crunch while Jack Daniel?s barbecue sauce gives it all a little tang. $15.25, in Treasure Island, 894-7111,

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Comme Ça’s charcuterie program is off the charts, producing not just your typical saucisson and rillettes, but also pâté, here served wrapped in thin strips of bacon. Although country-style usually means the spread is coarser ground forcemeat, typical of what is found in a French grandmother’s house, Comme Ça’s version is smoother and lighter, made with bits of rabbit, veal, pork and chicken livers for that extra touch of offal-y good flavor.