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Restaurants in San Fran

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My wife and I will be arriving in San Francisco early afrernoon on a Saturday in October. We like to eat and will be coming from Colorado, so some really fresh seafood would be great! I am looking for some suggestions for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday evenings, and some general suggestions for lunch. A fancy place or 2 for dinner then just great food spots fancy or not for the rest! We are still mapping out our daily activities, but we will be taking a tour of China Town and spending a day at Golden Gate Park. We are not planning on visiting Fisherman's Wharf. We will be leaving San Fran on Tuesday before lunch and heading to Carmel for a few days. if you know some good breakfast locales in San Fran, that would be appreciated as well. Our San Fran hotel is the Renaissance in Nob Hill.
Thanks,
Mark

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