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robin | Aug 15, 200101:01 PM     5

ok people, my sweetie and i are in dire need some help. we are getting married in a civil ceremony at city hall in sf. our parents will be in town and we'd like to arrange a post- ceremony dinner (it'll be small only 6 or 7 people tops). we need some recommendations concerning where should we go for some excellent food and a celebratory atmosphere without astrononical prices. oh, also, since my mother cannot eat any dairy products -- not even a smidgeon-- or she will keel over in lactose-intolerant agony-- we need a place that doesn't put dairy in every dish on the menu.

our wedding feast is in your hands....

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