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An October 2000 trip to San Francisco by shadow106

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San francisco

Overview

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Dinner at Boulevard. Rent a bike and cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito

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Ritz-Carlton San Francisco

Hotel | "Ritz-Carlton"

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What can you say about the Ritz Carlton? It is so well located, so expertly staffed and so beautiful. I was there on business and had an afternoon off, and they suggested I stoll down to Union Square, just a block away. After doing some window shopping, I strolled into Chinatown, and spent a lovely afternoon. The best part was I was just a few short blocks from the hotel. The rooms are big and very comfortable, with lots of closet space. The only downside to the room was that it was soooo far from the elevator. They don''t give frequent flyer miles either. I ate in the hotel restaurant one night. It was supposed to the the less formal restaurant, but don''t let...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 17, 2001

Ritz-Carlton San Francisco
600 Stockton Street
San Francisco, California 94108
(415) 296-7465

Hawthorne Lane

Restaurant

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This is a hip, noisy, happening restaurant, that you definitely need reservations for.

The staff was friendly, but they definitely knew they were maintaining an image.

The place is pretty, with sleek curves and nice wood molding. Very high ceilings, and you can see the kitchen from the dining room.

Food was excellent, though a bit pricey.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on July 17, 2001

Hawthorne Lane
22 Hawthorne Lane
San Francisco, California 94105
+1 415 777 9779

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The restauant looks casual at first with a brick, pub-style look, but the menu is very appealing with great service. Food is imaginative. I'm told this is a difficult reservation to get. Reservations are a MUST!

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on January 8, 2001

Boulevard Restaurant
1 Mission Street
San Francisco, California 94105
(415) 543-6084