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San Francisco Bay Area

Find the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, ice cream, and more in San Francisco and its suburbs. We also have tags for many of the individual cities in the region, which you can browse here.

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by Renee 20 years ago

We will be in San Francisco for 4 days and our location is the Fairmont Hotel for a Pediatric meeting. I would appreciate a list of the 4 best restaurants in San Francisco. We like French, Ita...

After Alice Waters in Berkeley

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by herta 20 years ago

I want to know about new cool delicious not pretentious places to go in Berkeley/Bay area/oakland chinatown--lived here for a VERY long time,but am sure there are new places I don't know about....

I Left My Heart in Ton Kiang....

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by Lisa Antinore 20 years ago

Two words for you all: Ton Kiang. Simple, Honest, Easy. 582 Geary Blvd., San Fran. Paul, my long-suffering-prefers-fat-free-but-indulges-to-please -me boyfriend wants to positively wring my n...

Finding a place for lunch in Alameda, CA

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by george osner 20 years ago

Life takes us frequently to the west edge of Oakland, to Balloon Excelsior to get supplies or repairs for our hot air balloon. BE is on High Street, just across the bridge from Alameda. Since ...

Best of San Francisco

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by nelle 20 years ago

I moved back to New York from San Francisco three years ago and the one thing I sorely miss are the excellent food resources. These are some of my faves. The best cup of coffee in San Franci...

Lunch at Rose Pistola in SF

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by Jim Zurer 20 years ago

I made a quick trip to SF for the weekend and can report on a very satisfying lunch that my two sons and I had at Rose Pistola. We ate on the street after the sun made its appearance and we sha...

advice, please, on San Fran & nearby restaurants

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by martin merowitz 20 years ago

Opinions on: ave 9, canasta, casa aguilar, chow, eliza, emerald garden, eos, khan toke, manora, massimo, meditereene, tien fu, oriental pearl, real food deli. ricochet, rose's cafe, socca, yaya?...

West Coast Drivin

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by Sandy Paik 20 years ago

First -- I'm still in Palo Alto/Silicon Valley and am always keeping an eye out for good eats...so i'm always looking for suggestions! I'm also taking a drive to Vegas (through Bakersfield) an...

Where is Ken Frank?

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by Sarah 20 years ago

Before my husband and I left LA last year for New Orleans we heard that Ken Frank had left Fenix and was planning to open a restaurant in the Napa Valley area. Does anyone know if he did that a...

Bruno's--Pleasanton, CA

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by george osner 20 years ago

Pleasanton's downtown is a hidden gem. This is a suburban city just east of Oakland, with 2 Interstates running alongside it (I-580 & 680), and the normal compliment of huge freeway-oriented Ca...

Cesar -- Berkeley

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by rachelhope 20 years ago

Posting from Cesar, a tapas bar co-owned by Alice Waters, right next door to Chez Panisse. Went to Cesar this evening with 6 friends, and tried a good sampling of their offerings. The restaura...

Greens in SF

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by Jesse Sheidlower 20 years ago

I have some very long writeups of French Laundry and Chez Panisse coming, but in the meantime I just have to slip in a mention of Greens, an established (1979) vegetarian restaurant in SF. Deb...

SF Pan-Asian

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by Seth Ditchik 20 years ago

Last spring, on a flight to San Francisco, a passenger suggested that I try the restaurant Betelnut Pejiu Wu. While I didn't get a chance to try it that time out, on a recent visit I made ...

Serendipity in San Jose

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by Jeremy Osner 20 years ago

Wow, whatta find! We were headed north from Santa Cruz to the San Francisco airport, a bit fed up from 2 days of bad food in Santa Cruz (it appears to be the only type available). Accidentally t...

San Leandro, CA

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by george osner 20 years ago

San Leandro is hardly the place I'd look if I were looking to find a bite in the San Francisco Bay Area. Even so, I found some good chow here. After a morning at the hot air balloon repair sho...

San Francisco: The Mission

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by Jeremy Osner 20 years ago

Hi all, My wife and I will be in San Francisco at the end of the month -- can anyone recommend good South American restaurants in the Mission district? Thanks, Jeremy

San Francisco/ "wine Country" Advice Request

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by Martin Merowitz 20 years ago

We'll visit again in March. Where to stay? Found Auberge du Soleil attitude unbearable; Mandarin wonderful but strain on budget;Park Hyatt, nice. Where to eat? Is Cafe Panisse worth the wait? Lov...

Fried Seafood in San Francisco???

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by Mark 20 years ago

I am a big lover of seafood and will be going to San Francisco for my first time. Does anyone know of a place where there is the basic fried seafood...the type of place where they don't mix it ...

Bay Area Restaurants/Take Out/Hole in the Walls Shouldn't Miss?

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by Grace Toy 21 years ago

Hi, I'll be going out to the Bay Area for the first time in about two weeks...which restaurants/take-out joints/hole in the walls/etc....shouldn't I miss? As for kind of food, I'm partial to almos...

sushi in silicon valley...

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by Sandy Paik 21 years ago

i've just relocated for the year...please tell me that there's more than computers and startup cos here! where do i find it all (not just sushi, that is just today's craving!)

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