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Category Archives: Dinner
Thanks (AGAIN) to SFist, my favorite newsletter, here’s an article they just released. Here’s the first part, but for the list of pizza hot spots, go to the link at the end of the article. Now I’m hungry! A Forbes … Continue reading
From SFist (my favorite SF newsletter). Read the article, then subscribe (way at the bottom, below the comments.) YUM!!! This list ranges from mild to wild, so take it slow and choose what gets you … Continue reading
Tommy’s Joint is famous and has been since the 40′s. They’ve served basically the same food since day one. Don’t look into it too deeply, just go. It’s fun, it’s cheap and filled with way too much “stuff” … on … Continue reading
San Francisco is not a cheap place to eat, BUT, if you look hard enough, there are some real bargains around. One of my personal favorites is Lee’s Deli/s. Some have Chinese food, some have burgers, but they all have … Continue reading
I’ve seen Forbes Island down near Fisherman’s Wharf, across from the sea lions. I’ve heard about it. I’ve taken a few photos of it. I’ve read about it. BUT, I’ve never eaten there and now it’s time. According to the … Continue reading
Chef-owner Greg Dunmore, who worked with Hiro Sone at Ame at the St. Regis is cooking up Japanese food that’s beyond sushi. It’s inventive, unique and fun to explore. Try a little of everything and order in stages, so you … Continue reading