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post #16 of 31
Neither is "Streetwear", but worth the visit:

Cable Car Clothiers - Just about everything is overpriced, but it's like visiting a sartorial museum.
Wilkes Bashford - Lots of Italian high end clothing.
post #17 of 31
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Neither is "Streetwear", but worth the visit:

Cable Car Clothiers - Just about everything is overpriced, but it's like visiting a sartorial museum.
Wilkes Bashford - Lots of Italian high end clothing.

I'm mostly an MCer, so I'm familiar with those. Unbelievably amazing shops.
post #18 of 31
Those are good. You might check out Glaser bags too. Made in SF to the highest standards. And if you're in SF tomorrow, you can come to their open house.
post #19 of 31
bloomingdales has some pretty cool stuff right now, i was in there the other day some good junya prorsum couple dope acne jackets other cool shit
post #20 of 31
Where to eat and drink? going in a couple weeks for 49ers/seahawks.
post #21 of 31
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Where to eat and drink? going in a couple weeks for 49ers/seahawks.

Jesus. Where to start.

Food: flour+water, Burma Superstar, Tartine Bakery, Delfina, Saigon Sandwiches, Blue Bottle Cafe (just for coffee), Ton Kiang or Yank Sing, Dosa, Tommy's Mexican Restaurant, Truly Mediterranean. I can go on if you want.

Drink: Bourbon and Branch, Alembic (friends of mine run this and they make some of the best drinks and dishes in the city), Rye, Cask (just a liquor store, but amazing if you like whiskey), Tosca, 15 Romelo, Pied Piper, Zeitgeist, Toronado, 21 Club, Cantina, Whiskey Thieves, Vesuvio. Again, I can go on if you want.
post #22 of 31
Thats a good start. Been to a few of those spots, and looking to try bourbon/branch. Alemebic is a nice spot, as is magnolia. Gotta hit dim sum, but yanksing is too spendy for our group. Ive been going to that dimsum spot next to the fish store, forget the name. Any recommendations? I always like hitting tommys bar/sandwiches for a cheapass meal.

If you could have 1 amazing , only in SF dinner, where would it be? (moderate price, not farallon tier)
-good cocktails, small rotating menu, farm/market driven a must
post #23 of 31
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Looking for a unique spot for an early dinner saturday for a group of 6 maybe 8, flour + water looks good but the line/wait program may not work.
post #24 of 31
I liked Pizzeria Delfina in the mission. I heard good things about Delfina also (next door Italian restaurant)
post #25 of 31
If you're craving Mexican Sandwiches go to Tortas las picudas on 24th. WOW they are amzing-- get Chorizo and Asada!
post #26 of 31
There really isn't much good shopping anywhere anymore really with most recent collections being crap for the most part.
post #27 of 31
Yeah im kinda glad theres not a ton of good shopping, spending too much on gifts right now.

Nothing up there that cant be found in la...

I just want to eat and drink. Looking forward to Tommys Joynt.
post #28 of 31
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Looking for a unique spot for an early dinner saturday for a group of 6 maybe 8, flour + water looks good but the line/wait program may not work.

You will have that problem with almost any good restaurant in SF on a Saturday with no reserve.

I would try Range. They lost their Michelin star but still a great restaurant with good drinks. If your group was smaller I would say Frances, but on you need to reserve ahead and harder to get into than F&L.
Delfina is good too, but small. A larger spot is NOPA, which has nice ambiance and people watching, but food is not quite as good as the others.
post #29 of 31
Eats in SF: If your eating Dim Sum in SF, goto Hong Kong Lounge on Geary. Don't goto Yank Sing or Ton Kiang. They are hyped. HK Lounge will have some of the best dim sum you ever had. The place will be packed with Chinese families, and probably a short wait. Also, try Shabu House for japanese beef hotpot, Katana-ya for ramen, little star for deep dish pizza, papalote for burritos, el faralito for late night burritos, sightglass for coffee, turtle tower for northern style pho, etc, etc.
post #30 of 31
Stayin in Jtown, any izakaya spots on ramen worth checking?
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