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NYC hound eating by herself this weekend in SF

sedela | Mar 16, 200505:34 PM     17

I'm going to be in town starting Saturday morning and staying through Monday for a conference. I used to know a bunch of people in SF but they're all gone now so I'm going to probably be dining on my own for the most part. I would like low to mid price range places that a single diner would be comfortable eating in. I don't want to frequent McDonald's THAT much. just kidding :)

I'm down with any cuisine but I am longing for foods that aren't as good in NYC, like good Mexican, cal-Mex, vegetarian, fish.... though I do like meat too (these were just examples).

I would like to stay in the populated areas more and I'm staying in the North Beach area. During the daylight hours when I am willing to venture all the way to Oakland or Berkeley or wherever for a cool place, but at night, maybe I'd stay in SF. But I am flex.

Thanks much in advance!

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