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San Francisco Bay Area
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?...
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)
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...
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...
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...
I have some very long writeups of French Laundry and
coming, but in the meantime I just have to slip in a
Greens, an established (1979) vegetarian restaurant in
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 ...
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 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...
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?
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...
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 ...
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...
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
Just came back from meal (taken out by uncle) at
Jackson Fillmore, an Italian joint (not fancy at all)
in Pacific Heights and the food was fantastico!!! High
We started by spl...
I had previously mentioned Harbour Village in San
Francisco for dim sum. Well, I was just there this
past weekend -- I am taking back the recommendation !
It has gone very seriously downhill. ...
I'm over in San Francisco in July and want to explore
the food scene. Can anyone give ne some ideas for an
interesting 4 days chowhounding, please?
Lovers of seafood and/or Italian cuisine going to San
Francisco late April. Any recommendations for
memorable, romantic, good value for the price, sort of
places? Cost isn't a huge issue. I ...
Looks like a lot of us are planning trips to San
Francisco this summer. We're going in mid-July.
Would love any suggestions from locals re interesting,
moderate, ethnic food. Especially "real" ...
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