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San Fran restaurants, we're foodies, brother and wife are not, hmmmm

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We are doing a "last minute" trip to San Fran in a month.

We've been before, but before we became foodies and before
the interweb world......lol.... Now I research everything..

We will be traveling with a brother in law and his wife and they aren't
really into food, but we ARE (we love Top Chef, Food Network, etc and
we love fine dining)

So, how can everyone be happy? We are looking for suggestions
for a good Italian place, Chinese and local: not too toursity.

I don't want them to look at the menu and look at the door.

Any suggestions? Mid price range. $25-35

Thanks!

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