This is my second lunch at Coqueta. The first was SO good that I couldn’t bring myself to take pictures or write notes. Sometimes when food is that good, it could very well disappoint later. But that wasn’t the case at Coqueta. My friend, Debbie, and I had a fine..
I was meeting my son for lunch in the Financial District. Since his consulting job gives him just enough time to eat lunch, I wanted to make sure the restaurant was close enough and available enough for him to spend more time with me and less time walking. So, I..
The slogan on Alfred’s Steakhouse website tells us that they have been ‘authentically San Francisco since 1928. So very true. Bought from Alfred in 1973 by Art Petri and his son, Al, Alfred’s Steakhouse has been in the same family ever since. Alfred’s was originally located up on Broadway near the..
Anniversary night at Schroeder’s. We met friends at Schroeder’s for cocktails and a nice meal. Schroeder’s has been around for years, but when the owners were ready to sell or close the restaurant, it was purchased in January, and a MAJOR renovation ensued. Schroeder’s is now an absolutely gorgeous restaurant..
Since we’re rarely in the city on the weekends, we wanted to go back to the tried and true Tadich Grill for lunch one Saturday. We got there at 11:30 and were still 6th in line to get in. There are no reservations at Tadich Grill, so if you don’t..
Fog City Diner was around for years, a tried and true San Francisco restaurant. I always like taking visitors to Fog City Diner as it exemplified consistently good San Francisco food. Well, a few months back, Fog City Diner closed for a massive remodel, and it recently reopened as simply..
Stock & Bones Company owns Town Hall, Anchor & Hope and Salt House. They are each very unique and exemplary San Francisco restaurants. Town Hall was the first in the partnership on Doug Washington and brother Mitchell and Steven Rosenthal. Town Hall has been around a while. It started as..
Izakaya? I finally get it. We had to go to Walnut Creek last night, so we decided to avoid the traffic and have dinner in Oakland. (The new Caldecott Tunnel can’t come soon enough!!) We’ve been to Ozumo in San Francisco and Oakland many times. The downtown San Francisco spot..