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He loves Taco Bell... I'm hoping for a bit more


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He loves Taco Bell... I'm hoping for a bit more

contemporaryscarlett | Jul 31, 2009 02:28 PM

My husband thinks that the best food is Taco Bell, Kraft Mac& Cheese and Outback. And while some of that isn't bad, I'm hoping for a little bit more during our SF trip (vacations being one of the few times he is forced into being adventurous). So can you please help me satisfy both of us?

We are big folks, who like large portions. :) The cheaper it is, the happier I am. We are vacationing, but most of the cash went for activities, so I need most of the meals to be $25 or less for the two of us. However, there is a little wiggle room for a $50 meal or two. We don't have to do app, entree and dessert- just an entree is fine so long as its filling. And we don't drink with dinner usually.

We love seafood (he esp loves Dungeness Crab), BBQ, burgers, Mexican and steak. He doesn't like Italian, pizza, sandwiches or veggies.

We won't have a car while in SF, so everything needs to be within a few blocks of the Muni/Bart. And in a decent area of town (the Tenderloin scares me).

Our schedule is as follows:

Sat 8/8 Giants game at 12:45
Fisherman's Wharf (yes, I know)
Dinner afterwards

Sun 8/9 Muir woods in the morning
North Beach (Coit, Lombardi, etc)

Mon 8/10 (will have car this day)
Santa Cruz Boardwalk
Lunch and Dinner?

Tues 8/11
Ferry Building with Lunch at Farmer's Market
Bay Quakers Tour

12:45pm Giants game
Slumber Party at AT&T park

Options I'm considering so far include: Louisiana Fried Chicken/Happy Donuts, Joe's Cable Car, South Park Cafe and Tadich.

Thank you so much for all your help! Courtney

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