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3 Days in San Francisco

dubgirl | May 21, 201205:42 AM

We will be visiting San Francisco in July - coming from London with our 3 children, 2 teen girls and an 11 year old boy. Boy will eat anything - is very adventurous.. girls less so :(
We are keen to experience the best of the area's vibrant dining scene during the fairly brief time we have available. We want to eat "en famille" all the time with as few sulks and anguished "but there's nothing on this menu I like" cries as possible but without compromising on quality and ambiance. Therefore your recommendations would be invaluable. We arrive mid afternoon on a Saturday. Bear in mind that with time zone change it will feel like the middle of the night to us. We are staying at the St Regis and ideally would like someplace casual that first night that we could walk to and eat pretty early. Then the holy grail of dining quests - a great breakfast or brunch spot for Sunday? A classic fairly upmarket Modern American for Sunday night? A fun lunchtime spot for Monday? Maybe Fish Tacos or an idea for a take out from a deli to picnic with? We have booked The Slanted Door for dinner on Monday night before we leave. Many thanks.

PS We are going on to Napa (staying in Yountville) and I have secured a booking at FL (just for grown ups) and have booked Mustards Grill for the 5 of us for the following night? Do you Chowhounds approve or should I think of somewhere else?

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