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Gimpleboy | Jan 7, 200911:31 AM     7

Have been staying up nights trying to remember the name of an Italian restaurant I dined at in the early 80's in Ghirardelli Square. If my memory serves me right (and that's not always a sure thing these days), this place was one of two owned by the same restauranteur. The main one (if I recall correctly) was in the Opera (or Theater) district and was famous for it's art work.

The one in the Square included a glassed in porch dining area. Wonderful food and wonderful atmosphere. I've been trying for years to remember the name.

Anybody remember this place? Thanks in advance for your help.

Dan G

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