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ivangele | Jan 19, 201809:36 AM     2

Hi! My girlfriend just moved to the area and it's my turn to take her out on a date when I visit. She has been the better date planner, but I'd want to make this visit memorable for her. I think we have good day activities planned, but I'm stumped for where to take her for dinner. I'm looking for someplace small and/or quiet, and where we won't look too out of place being sweet. I'm flexible with the budget, I can manage up $5 to $100 per person. We're pretty adventurous with our food preferences, although she has a shellfish allergy so crab places are lower on our list. If it helps, she lives close to golden gate park, in the outer sunset area if that matters, but I'm open to taking her downtown.

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