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Trip Report Eating my way thru San Francisco

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Once again, the dining experiences in SF were mostly wonderful.
There were four of us at most meals and we shared a lot of dishes; so we got to experience a nice variety of what the restaurants were serving.

Lunch:

Hog Island Oysters (2x)
Tadich Grill (2nd time)
Cupola Pizzeria
The Girl and the Fig (2nd time)

Brunch:

Yank Sing (3rd time)
Baker and Banker

Dinner:

Barbacco (2nd time)
Cotogna
State Bird Provisions
Betel Nut (2nd time)
Park Tavern
Chiaroscuro

Cupola was a disappointment - despite having char marks, the dough was not thin enough and was too chewy.
Chiaroscuro - good food, but too pretentious - wouldn't return
Barbacco - still love everything about this place
Tadich - had my first petrale sole - so simple - excellent quality
Girl and the Fig - perfect
State Bird - can't begin to remember what we ate - unusual and wonderful - and the state bird should not be missed; we had a whole one.
Park Tavern - wonderful birthday dinner
Cotogna - despite lamb chops that were too chewy, I'd return; everything else was very good
Baker and Banker - perfect brunch - cramped quarters

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