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Three Blind Mice Restaurant Review: Three Blind Mice, or TBM, serves late breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch, plus it's a wine bar and a retail wine shop. Dishes vary with the seasons, so look for gazpacho in summer, for example. Small plates include a fairly authentic Spanish potato omelet; tasty, too, are the huge bacalao fritters, although we’d like to see the balance more tipped to the salt cod and less to potato. Openers also include the cured meats antipasto. The “Patty Melt” presents a thick burger on rye, but other burger variations are available as well. Huge desserts include strawberry shortcake with whipped cream, although it’s a bit skimpy in the berries department. For late breakfast --- the place opens at 10 a.m. --- there’s house-made granola and Counter Culture specialty coffee, or perhaps grab a muffin. The wine list features many well-priced choices, all served at proper temperatures. House-made sangría comes splashed with Sprite unless you specify club soda --- and you should. The bar stays open, offering a bar menu, until guests toddle off down the road. Wine tastings are offered on Wednesday evenings; beer tastings on Sunday nights; and Thursday is "Tapas Night." Try the half-pint artisan drafts, just the right size.