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Need restaurant suggestions! Looking for Michelin Star(s) & hole in the walls!

Lynn88 | Feb 5, 200801:25 PM     9

Dear fellow Chowhounders,

I'll be visiting San Fran with my significant other at the end of March. We're both in our mid-20s. We'll be staying at the CLIFT in the financial district.

We're looking for suggestions as to where we can eat for all 4 days! We're not early risers, so brunch/lunch, and dinner would be the times we will dine. We're looking for great food whether it's in a hole in the wall, mom & pop type place, a trendy restaurant, or a fine dining establishment.

Since we're from Toronto and have yet to experience a Michelin Star restaurant, we're extremely excited to do so. Unfortunately, we will only be able to afford a 1 star (2 may be wishful thinking). Excuse my ignorance, but can I enjoy a great Michelin Star meal for around $125? If so, please offer me your suggestions!

Any suggestions of great bars/lounges for a drink after dinner would be much appreciated as well.

Looking forward to your responses!!!
(this is my first CHOWHOUND posting)

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