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post #31 of 43
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I'm heading up in a few weeks to the Bay Area and before I've only been to Farolito for mission style burritos...what are some other good joints?

For tacos or burritos: La Corneta, La Taqueria, Taqueria Cancun, one of the roach coaches along Harrison, or El Delfin for great mariscos, mole and el volcan.
post #32 of 43
How about Liguria Bakery on Stockton Street in North Beach, still hella good? Anyone here eat at Taqueria Cancun when it was still La Parrilla Suiza?
post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post
For tacos or burritos: La Corneta, La Taqueria, Taqueria Cancun, one of the roach coaches along Harrison, or El Delfin for great mariscos, mole and el volcan.

These are good suggestions. I prefer La Taqueria to the others, but Cancun is great as well.
post #34 of 43
Yum. I went to La Taqueria twice on a weekend trip earlier this fall.
post #35 of 43
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Originally Posted by spudnik99 View Post
Old School SF (Beer and Beef):

Tommy's Joynt
1101 Geary Blvd corner of Van Ness

Also get some coffee:

Ritual
Blue Bottle Coffee Co.
Graffeo
Philz
et cetera

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Tommy's Joynt may be an entertaining time but the food is awful. The place is like a Disneyfied version of a soup kitchen for yuppies and tourists.

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Well, maybe so, but I was a tourist and a bunch of us went there in September
for an entertaining lunch. I didn't think the turkey was bad.
It was featured on "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" so we just went there for kicks.

this (and alalska state troopers) is the only show i've watched since getting cable. it was the tommy'z joynt episode, and i have to say btwn the guy and the food i went to bed a little queasy . couple of appealing sandwiches (not sure if they were form tommyz), but most everything tilted toward nauseating...
post #36 of 43
How far is Sonoma fron San Fran?

I might have a nice gift for you?
post #37 of 43
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Originally Posted by rnoldh View Post
How far is Sonoma fron San Fran? I might have a nice gift for you?
Sonoma's about an hour and fifteen to an hour and a half. Sometimes quicker. Depends on traffic.
post #38 of 43
Thread Starter 
Where the hell were all your suggestions when I was actually in SF?

lefty
post #39 of 43
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
These are good suggestions. I prefer La Taqueria to the others, but Cancun is great as well.

i'd add el metate to the list.
post #40 of 43
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Where the hell were all your suggestions when I was actually in SF?

lefty

post #41 of 43
check out chinatown. fisherman wharf.
post #42 of 43
^^^ Sarcasm? Ironic suggestion?
post #43 of 43
Two days in SF in mid-March. Never been there before.

Coming in on a Friday morning and have Friday afternoon/evening, Saturday and Sunday. Will have business obligations starting on Monday, so I need weekend suggestions. Is this enough time to run up to Napa/Sonoma or should I just focus on the city.

Is so, what should I focus on?
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