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Having a hard time streamlining and deciding on dinners in SF. Here's my itinerary... Help! Please!

banquisha | May 6, 200809:30 PM

I apologize ahead of time for being so geographically inept with the SF neighborhoods...

We have two days in SF and, we'd like to ultimately end up at Absinthe Bar one of the nights but, what place is best for dinner before this?
Also, for dinner, I'm having a hard time deciding between Kokkari, Town Hall, and Luella.
What would you guys do?
I'm not sure if this might be too much to do but, I'd also like to hit up Bi-Rite Creamery sometime during the trip and a wine bar after one night's dinner as well. What we're looking for in a wine bar isn't so much "good wine at cheap prices." I don't really care if its cheap or not. I just want it to be really good wine. What can I say... I'm a wine snob on vacation!

So here's my list of questions:
1) Of the three restaurants, what restaurant is closest to Absinthe? If none are close then, which of the three would be best before Absinthe? OR, would you pick another restaurant aside from the three I've chosen?
2) What wine bar is closest to the three restaurants?
3) Which restaurant is best out of three?
4) Is Absinthe even worth going to?
5) Which wine bar fits what I'm looking for best?

Here's what we've planned so far... can you please help me fit in everything that I'd like to do?
Breakfast: Primavera (Ferry Building)
Lunch: Farmer's Market at the Ferry Building
Dinner: (Trying to decide between Kokkari, Town Hall, and Luella)
After Dinner Bar: Absinthe

Brunch: Zuni Cafe
After Brunch Snack: Bi-Rite Creamery (I hear its close to Zuni, right?)
Dinner: (Trying to decide between Kokkari, Town Hall, and Luella)
After Dinner Wine Bar: (Trying to decide between Cav, Bar Tartine, 1550 Hyde, Hidden Vine, Hotel Biron)


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