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An Good Eating Dilemma or Quagmire

kevin | Jan 4, 200611:38 PM

I'll be in the SF city area for about a half day, and I want to get as many eats in as possible. Here's some of my dilemman, I want to eat at a few different places but most are across town from each other and some might not be open for lunch. Here's my preliminary game plan: Swan Oyster depot for breakfast for a few oysters and a crab louise along with a couple beers (if i'm not mistaken they're open from about 8:30am to 5pm) and i'll get there right when they open, maybe hit up citizen cake for a pastry or two, go to hooker's gumbo shack for a small gumbo and a couple crab cakes, then hop on the bart across town to gregoire's for one of their lunch dishes hopefully the st. augur blue cheese burger plus the puffed french fries along with maybe a dessert. Then walk over to Sketch ice cream for a small scoop and some candy for later (but what kind of candy or ice cream), and maybe a duck sausage from the fatted calf if it's in the area. That's probably all i can handle over the course of 5 or 6 hours or so.

Now here's some of the places i really wanted to try (but then again for these places i'd need at least a week of full on eating in sf bay area):

darby dan's for the sandwiches or heroe's
cigar shop mario's for eggplant parm
Fatted Calf
The taco place in the Ferry Landing
Swan Oyster Depot
Memphis Minnie's
Bo's BBq
Coco 500
Andrew Jaegger's House of Jazz or Creole
Cafe Jacqueline for the souffles
Hooker's Gumbo Shack
bombay ice creamery for a fig scoop or cardammon scoop
and maybe an SF mission style burrito (but what exactly is a mission style burrito????)
etc. possibly.

have no clue what to do? which ones would you guys choose

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