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April 8, 2005
From journal Four Days in San Francisco
October 26, 2003
If you are not at all cost-conscious and you want a cozy, candlelit, noisy restaurant, this is it. We arrived at 7:30 on a Friday night and were pleased to have no wait for a table. Several guests arrived after us, but we never saw a line.
The sourdough bread is a perfect sourdough representation (thus, you must like the crusty, chewy outside and doughy inside.) We liked all of our dishes, with the exception of the goat cheese ($5.00), which was mostly tomato sauce with a tiny dollop of cheese on top. The Flat Iron Steak ($8.00) was the best value, and deliciously spicy.
I’m sorry to say that the service was not up to par, as our waitress was a little skittish and would bring something and run away before we could request drink refills and the like. Still, all in all, it was a pleasant experience and a great way to end the day.
Should you choose to bring you own wine, as many in Napa Valley do, the cork fee is $10.
From journal Two Days in the Valley