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Where to eat after Alcatraz night tour?


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Where to eat after Alcatraz night tour?

foodievisitingSF | Jun 14, 2010 06:52 PM

Hello fellow foodies,

My bf and I - two Torontonians - will be visiting San Francisco for a few short days in July. We are SO excited.

We love simple, honest food that is thoughtfully prepared and delicious. We like Italian flavours, comfort food and new takes on both of these. We dig local ingredients, bright veggies and high quality meat. Not the biggest fans of seafood. But we LOVE dessert.

It has been suggested to us that we try Frances (can't get a reservation) and A16.

We also have been advised to breakfast at Dottie's True Blue.

I'm wondering if you think these are good choices for us or if any others pop to mind, in light of our likes.

Also, we are thinking about doing the Alcatraz night tour on the Friday night and so want to eat somewhere nearby around 9;30. ideas? (we're staying in the union square area so could also head back there for a late meal).

I gratefully welcome any and all suggestions. We are so excited to explore the culinary scene!

Huge thanks!

2355 Chestnut St., San Francisco, CA 94123

Dottie's True Blue Cafe
522 Jones St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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