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Solstice Restaurant SF- Attitude On The Menu

Duke Dee | Jun 8, 200312:14 PM    

The folks from Fly on Divisadero St. had their new restaurant 1/3rd full on their 1st open Saturday.
The Menu is Chez Nous tapas style. Hanger steak at $12
is top price. Previously occupied by Rassella's
Ethiopia and Jazz Bar, the interior has been redeco-rated and cleaned up. Rare Orchids and a Buddha head
sit atop the back bar.
Solstice doesn't serve Pabst Blue Ribbon but their
prices will be familiar to customers of Jardiniere
and The Clift Hotel. $5 for 14 1/2 oz. of Full Sail.
They stock some seldom seen bottled microbrews (Flying Dog
from Denver) Got $5.25 ?
Leslie- the 30 something co-owner from Fly has brought
her barely civil service ethic up the street. Ask her
about the menu misspelling only if you want to see her
snarl.

Outlook: A new restaurant in a very down market. No
oening "Buzz" and aloof service. When this venture starts to slide- it will look like the NASDAQ in Q3 and
Q4 in 2000.

Solstice Restaurant
2801 California St at Divisadero
SF
open daily 4:30 PM

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