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SF & Napa/Yountville suggestions

BWoosley | Jun 23, 200506:10 PM     34

My wife and I are coming to the bay area from July 15-22. Three nights in SF and three nights in Yountville. Then one night back in SF before we leave.

I have no reservations for SF. Need one to two great/expensive suggestion (last time we were in town, we ate at Foreign Cinema, Anzu and Rosa Pistale) and any additional suggestions for lunch spots, picnics and neighborhood cafes for one moderate to cheap night.

We love seafood, steak, ahi tuna, sushi (really want to know of a good sushi joint for one night, price is no object). Also love italian, really just about anything. And my wife loves cheese, so cheese course is a plus

Have seen websites on Gary Danko, Slanted Door, JuliusCastle,Delfina, Aziza. Help, the amout of good food is overwhelming.

For Napa, we have reservations at Martini House and Auburge du Soleil (sp). One more night and some lunch, picnic spots would be appreciated. We may have an in at french laundry, not sure yet

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