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Tips for my April Trip and areas for lunch and dinner

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Tips for my April Trip and areas for lunch and dinner

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smitty1215 | | Apr 5, 2011 03:03 PM

My husband and I will be in SF over Easter weekend.

We have a schedule of what we would like to do and I am hoping for some help for some good food tips around the areas we will be. So far these were some of the thoughts that I had, looking for some more ideas!

Thursday: When we get in we have a night tour of Alcatraz so I was thinking about spending the afternoon at the Wharf to get that out of the way. We are staying at the Hotel George and will want to eat something either near the hotel or possibly on the way to the wharf...also after the 6:45 Alcatraz tour I would love a great idea for a "snack" and a drink type place.

Friday:
Bike the Bridge to Sausalito and grab a picnic lunch from Mollie's or if someone has a great idea of where to eat that is not super pricey but good.

We are going to a Giants game at 7:15 so were thinking of eating at MoMo's for Happy Hour/ Dinner any other good tips near that area?

Saturday
we will be going to NAPA and for dinner we were thinking about either Checking out Off the Grid or going to Tommaso Ristoratnte.

Sunday:
Golden Gate Park/ Height Ashbury area Lunch at Cha Cha Cha- would love a good lunch place around here to grab a bite at.

Dinner: Mission Area La Taqueria? I know there is so much debate here...what is the best? I am from San Antonio so we have alot of mexican food here....

Monday Lunch in China town we really want to do Dim Sum. We are thinking about Hang Ah Tea Room.

What are you thinking? Advice is sooo appreciated!

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La Taqueria
2889 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Hang Ah Tea Room
1 Pagoda Pl, San Francisco, CA

Off the Grid
Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA 94123

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