- May 30, 2013
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Not the first, not the last. Clarke's in Mountain View is closing for good after 75 years, due to COVID.
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Go at an off-time. Every time I eat there, which is every few years, I say that we should go more often.I've never eaten there (the one time I tried to go—with StyFo folks, actually—the wait was too long), but I admire their commitment to their people. I wish we saw similar commitment from that other guy...
If you buy a gift certificate, they really, really appreciate it.... wasn't expecting a hand signed note.Go at an off-time. Every time I eat there, which is every few years, I say that we should go more often.
Reminds me of now gone ancient seafood restaurants in NYC, like Sweets which was even older.
All the kids transitioning at the end of this year are getting screwed. I feel bad for all of them.
We have one in private, and the workload is killing us.Private and parochial have been getting monitored Zoom, participation, homework since the day school was out due to SIP. Public, on the other hand has zero mandatory, zero organized, zero zero. One out of seven kids has no access to electronics or connectivity (which Gav fixed with one call to Google and one call to Comcast), so we make six out of seven fall further behind.
Supposedly next Monday “formal” distance learning starts so SFUSD can move kids to next grade (although most will be unprepared). So disappointing.
We have one in private, and the workload is killing us.