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Dinner is taken care of - what about breakfast?

Weesie | Aug 8, 200009:59 AM     14

First, my husband and I are visitng SF in September, and we are thrilled to visit our favorite city again! We have dinner reservations at:
Gary Danko
Asia SF
Greens
Farallon
Boulevard
The Ganges

We have been to Greens and Boulevard once before, but does anyone out there have good/bad thoughts about the others? Also, are any coat and tie?

Secondly, dinners are booked, but what are some simple and inexpensive places in the Union Square area for breakfast?

We like Il Fornaio, but we wanted to stay away from the upper-end price and from sit-down service including tip. We are looking for a nice bakery/breakfast spot where we can get a quick bite (fresh fruit would be nice too). Relatively healthy and inexpensive. Any thoughts, please?

Thanks again and best wishes! Let me know if you need suggestions for the DC area! :)

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