I am organizing a Bachelor party/dinner, more time to just chill and for friends to catch up and congratulate the groom, at the end of October in SF. I am in NY now, and need your help.
I am looking for something nice. The ability to be chill and comfortable, conversation inductive, and not too trendy or where the turourist or expedia heads flock to is very important. Next, good food, a decent, but does not need to be amazing wine selection. Finally a bar section separate from the dinning section, but in the same place, would be a nice touch.
This dude is straight up, modern, without being a real foodie. I really want this pick to work.
So I come to the source that has rarely produced a miss. Help! I need your experience, knowledge and expertise over the chow,
Thanks in advance for any help,
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